I had this car given to me by my dad and he said it was a good car. Well it might have been a good car when he had it but it seemed that from the time I took hold of the keys everything fell apart. First 100 miles struts break $600. 300 miles power steering pump $300. 500 miles wheel bearing $500. 1000 miles Transmission slips estimated $2000. luckily someone hit me and totaled it (no one was hurt) it always started rough. for your own sake don't buy it. if you do and keep it driving for a year you will put more repairs into it than it's worth. i bought a Grand Prix GT with the money much happier with it. more power + less repairs = happier customer
good stock stereo
ok rear leg room for a small sedan
fun to drive (when you can drive it)
I own this car since past five years (bought it in used condition @ 150,000 KM) & now its odometer reads 227,000Km.
This car has really eaten away my salary. I live in the middle east.
Probably it was not designed for such countries like ME.
It was gives problem at least once in a month.
I got its timing belt replaced, multiple times AC has been fixed.
Transmission system was repaired last month.
Now it keeps switching off when driven above 50KMPH.
I would never suggest anyone to buy this car specially in ME.
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