Two weeks after I bought the car, the
A/C went out ($4500). After a few
months, it sprung a leak in the rear
main seal ($400), the master switch for
doors and windows went out ($400), the
wheels were already replaced when I got
it, the passenger door lock broke
($400), the driver's side handle broke
the sheet metal ($300), the cooling
reservoir sprung a leak ($200), it
sprung an exhaust leak ($800), the
starter is going out ($1000) and the
power steering ECU went out ($400).
All this within two years.
On the bright side of a pretty
miserable investment, the car has
nearly 190,000 miles on it now and
still runs like new.
Smooth ride, powerful, smooth engine,
all the goodies, including memorized
seat positions, lots of legroom for
front and back seats, just feels
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