To think I almost sold it. The dealership told me the engine was just getting broken in at 150k miles. I went to test drive other new vehicles and returned disappointed and confirmed. I wasn't selling. It drives phenomenally, comfortably, always the same. You just feel good in it. New cars barely offer the amenities that I have in this car (new Lexus aside).
Wide, relaxing leather seats. Sound system. Sun roof.
Just the computer chip for the dash that comes on after the car warms up. Granted, the brief disco lights that you get do add fun to the day. If that's all I'm complaining about, I don't feel the need to spend 50k on a replacement.
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