I bought this car in 1998 with 80,000
miles and I now have 125,000 on its 3.8
liter engine. I have had no major
problems but have dealt with minor
things: rear brakes ($230 labor
included),fog-light switch, wiper motor
($100), mass air-flow sensor($130),
inner tie rods ($40, both sides), tie-
rod end ($30?), and a broken fuel line
($200 w/ labor). This is my first car
that I bought when I was 16 and of the
few problems, I have been able to fix
them all myself (except the fuel line &
brakes). I still have good power even
after 125,000 miles. It does burn
about 3/4 quart of oil in-between
I like how comfrotable the interior is.
More trunk space!!! I've seen much
smaller cars with larger trunks.
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