What can I say... this car is fun to drive as well as fuel efficient. The only problems are the roof seals leak even after being factory replaced. The factory radio is lacking in audio quality. This is the best car you can find in the 2500 to 4500 range for fun, quality and economy and still have a resale value. I average 34 MPG at highway speeds. The trunk is roomy and the car is very inexpensive to maintain. If you can find one that has not been chopped up by a teenager, it is a safe bet for a quality and fun to drive car.
Gas mileage, removable top, comfortable to drive, reliable.
Since they no longer make them, this really does not apply. However the cup holders are impossible to use, the radio cover is useless, the glove box has no lock.
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