We bought this car with 78,000 miles. It now has 100,000. When we got it, there were no problems. Soon afterwards, we had to get a new radiator and front end struts. The hood shock absorbers/hinges don't work, so we have to prop up the hood when repairing. The radio antenna stays up and doesn't retract, the timing belt is worn out and now the front end struts are loose again. Also, some of the instrument cluster lights are burned out. It looks like the previous owner didn't take very good care of the car. If it was taken care of properly, I bet it would be a wonderful car. Also, the engine leaks oil, about 1 quart every 5000 miles.
Smooth ride, powerful engine.
Better instrument cluster, front end struts, radio antenna.
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