Within 8k miles new, the windows
wouldn't roll up on track. Took it into
the dealer 7 times to get them fixed.
They still don't work to this day and I
have to "pull" them up. I did get it up
to 135mph on my way to Colorado. The
car ran very well for the first 60k
miles. But the tranny had to be rebuilt
soon thereafter. The timing belt went
out around 120k and destroyed the
engine which was then rebuilt. The
tranny continues to shift roughly and
grind. The A/C leaks and the cruise
control no longer works. The black
paint on the roof is faded white. The
engine had to be replaced at 150k and
it does not run well either and leaks
Handles well and I enjoy the "cockpit"
interior design around the driver.
Reliability, specifically: the window's
tracking, tranny, engine, A/C, general
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