The car is an ok deal for the money. However, there is absolutely no acceleration at all unless you have the pedal to the medal. Lots of brake and rotor problems. The mirrors on the visors have both broken due to the heat in the summer. Seriously needs a recall. Took months to fix the passenger side and now waiting for the driver side to come in stock. Caution* Do not look in the mirror until the car has completely cooled down. That takes about 30 minutes or more by the way and then you will be freezing to death. Guess I would rather freeze than leave part of my rear melted to the seat.
Body work mirrors, etc. Could use some more get up and go. Different tires. For an economical inexpensive SUV, you sure got the consumer on the only tire that size being over $238.00 per tire. Oh and you can just leave air in the tires no one has the tank for the other.
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