This is a great car, but I have had a
couple problems with it. No matter
what the dealer tells you about rear
wheel cars, don't believe it. I had a
$13,000 front wheel drive car for 7
years. I lived in NJ, PA, IL, and SD
(Yes, South Dakota). I lived in rain,
snow, sleet, and ice. Out of the 7
years, I never got in an accident and
never get stuck. I then traded it for a
$33,000 rear wheel Lexus last year.
Since I have had this rear wheel drive
car, I have fishtailed a dozen times,
got stuck in the snow 3 times, and
yesterday (the cherry on top of the
sundae) slid off the road into a
Power, e-shift, xeon lights
Bigger truck, more space in backseat,
gear shift should not be made of metal,
gets too hot in summer.
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