OK, so I bought it used. But unless the
previous owner was the Torture Test-
driver from Car and Driver magazine, it
shouldn't have been this bad.
Constantly stalled, leaked, rattled,
shook, squealed, and just plain broke
down. I was going to trade it in to get
a new car, but it won't stay out of the
mechanic's long enough to get to a
dealer. Mileage sucks, tires and breaks
wear out way too fast, and it costs a
fortune to fix (my mechanic just bought
a castle). Anyway, it sucks, flat out.
Driving it from the mechanic's to my
Oh please. Let's just say everything
mechanical for the sake of space.
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