CVT transmission developed serious
problems at 60,000 miles and cost $2500
to fix, at the only shop or dealer
which was willing to touch it. Now, at
65000 miles, it is going out again.
Very disappointing for a car bought
because one of its main features was
supposed to be reliablity.
Fun to drive
Drop the CVT transmission until they
become more reliable or can be fixed.
Or buy them from a company which knows
how to build them.
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