I had the Amanti 6 years and then had to sell.
I loved that car but in the last year we put in over $3,000 for catalytic converter, some kind of band, headlights, testing, electrics and other misc. then got the news our transmission was going and another $2,500.
Less than 92K miles & only 7 years old.
I wanted to pay for repairs but husband told me to face the fact the car was going to nickle and dime us.
I actually miss that car.
For the price I originally paid, the luxury and style it provided, it couldn't be beat.
This was my first foreign car, and probably the last.
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