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Good point, although I disagree that its a ripoff. People buying this car should realize that the car is a $70,000.00 car no matter what you pay for it used. Its parts are very high quality and as the car ages, the fewer and fewer parts are made which are all factors of price. Its going to be expensive to maintain when it does need something. If not prepared for this, you may want to look at a Toyota. FYI- a spare aftermarket key is $50.00.Report it
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