I loved this car when I first got it.
It looked great and drove great. The
problem came when the engine blew.
After doing much research, I have found
that there have been many problems with
this model and the 2000. Engines blow
prematurely and it costs anywhere
between $3000 and $5000 to replace. I
was told by the mechanic to fix the car
and then sell it. That would be great,
but the resale value has sharply
declined in the last year due to so
many problems with the engines. I
strongly suggest...DON'T BUY THIS MODEL!
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