Very "cool" vehicle as far as looks
go. However, not "cool" when it comes
to a functioning A/C. I first had a
$400 compressor clutch repair then 6
months later a $750 evaporator coil
repair. At 86,000 miles the
transmission began to slip, there was a
strange knocking noise from the rear
end and the driver's side window motor
began going out.
Looks good, inside and out. Nice ride
and 4 wheel drive worked well.
Better A/C, needs rear vents. Spare
tire in cargo area took up a lot of
space. I traded in for a Ford Escape
XLT and it is sweet.
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