Had to buy a used car with high mileage
because it was all I could afford. It
had 70,000 on it and 2 years later I
have 130,000 on it. I put a set of
tires on it at Wal-Mart (could not
afford another set of Good year Eagles
because they don't wear very well). At
100,000 I took it to the dealer and had
them change the spark plugs like the
manual recommends. All other routine
maintenance was done by me, oil and air
filters, PCV and brakes etc. NO major
repairs needed! The 200 hp motor has
plenty of power and gets 30 mpg when
cruising at 70! Trading it on a 2001
Reliabilty, gas mileage, styling, large
trunk with full size spare.
Lumbar support in drivers seat for us
high mileage drivers.
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