It gets up and goes when its sick, when
its hurt, when it just doesn't feel like
it. Don't have the extra funds to put
into a vehicle just to keep it in
pristine, like-new running shape. A WORK
HORSE! Program car with 32k when I
bought it. Roomy, comfy, a huge trunk.
keeps going and going until I have the
funds to do routine maintenance for a
machine: brakes, motor mounts, tie
rods, sensors, etc. Ford Dealerships
suggest thousands in repairs. I choose
per my budget. Energetically
runs on for years before I get to the
other items on the Dealer's list. Was
disappointed when I looked around and
learned that I couldn't plan on buying a
Comfy bucket seats in front really do
"contour" to my 5'6" 165 lb body. Rear
seats are enveloping and high-backed and
make you feel safe.
Cup holders are fragile, expensive to
replace, too few in number and poorly
located. LF speaker went out but wires
in door are in tact - tool to remove
stereo face is hard to find.
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