Well, I still love the dumb thing, and
it's all been fun and for the most
reliable. I had a power steering hose
problem when I got it, and after a few
visits, the repair dealer in Torrington
Connecticut finally remembered to order
the damn part After that, ran great.But
like Little Big Man, she kept losing
parts. Rear door stopped unlocking
drivers side. Reach in and around. No
problemo. Then the climate control
system crashed, and for $1000, i'll keep
manually controlling the temp. Then the
front door lock started acting up around
100,000 miles so getting in and out is
strictly dukes of hazard. Getting a new
car, keeping this to trash.
Trunk is big, but the SUV drives like a
car. Funer than wife's EXPEDITION pigoutch.
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