I bought this 2001 car new. For me it
was a move up from a smaller Nissan, and
I had been considering a Civic or a
Corolla. A friend with me remembers my
saying when I started out the lot, "THIS
is a REAL car!" and she knew in 20 feet
that I would buy it. Now, 20 months and
20K miles later, I feel I "know" the car
and am as delighted as I was when new --
of course, it is still the same, so it
might as well be new. No service work
(besides oil change) has been necessary.
I am moderately handicapped with a lower
back injury. My therapist helped me
select this car. The ergo-whatever is
excellent, and I drive in comfort, for
which I am genuinely grateful.
I wish the arm rests allowed me to relax
my arms on them and still reach the
wheel with my hands. For me, they don't
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