I just got my 2000 ESV6 yesterday.
Obviously it was used, but it was pretty
low mileage. The
626 has plenty of power, but since I
have the automatic, it does sometimes do
some wonky things. I am sure that if I
were used to, say, Lexus or Acura, I
wouldn't like the car as much as I do,
but...boy, do I love this car. It is
such a big step up from what I am used
to. I have noticed that it has a lack
of power when climbing really steep
Leather seats; swivel vents; Bose sound
system; Cruise Control; V6
power; tight handling; 16" rims; body
styling; comfortable seats;
power locks, windows, and driver's seat;
sunroof; power outlet in driver's
armest; smooth ride!
More power going up hills; the steering
go higher; the plastic is
rough on the dash, which looks a little
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