Bought it used with 30K, and didn't have any major problems until 85K...then it seemed like every month something else went wrong. It started small with a short in the radio which led to several blown fuses. Then the fan motor speeds and rear defrost began to fail. 90K, cracked head gasket. 100K transmission began leaking. Replaced shift pack, started leaking again at 120K. I drove it hard, but it didn't hold up like I expected. Traded it in at 130K.
It got great gas mileage throughout. Liked the fold down rear seats and large trunk. I could replace the headlights myself.
Resolve expensive electrical issues. Easier access to replace brake lights.
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