i bought this car for $5,000 a few
years ago and since then have put close
to $6,000 into it in repairs alone, not
to mention regular maintenance. 3
months after i bought it, the water
pump, AC compressor, serpentine and
timing belts went out (along with a
host of other things) and a few months
after that, it happened again. I have
not gone more than 3 months without
this car costing me at least $400 in
repairs. Most recently, the entire
central computer needed to be replaced
along with the 3rd water pump and all
new belts (for the 3rd time) to the
tune of nearly $1000.
The radio and heater/AC buttons are
aimed toward the driver which is nice.
Place a warning sign on the front of
the car for unsuspecting buyers like
myself. No good can come out of this
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