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Update, now that the car has over 50.000 on it. Battery failed at two years and was replaced. Failed prematurely, replaced with a Die Hard, we'll see how that lasts. The security system has had odd problems since. The doors started to not lock when we walked away from the car. Had to start locking them manually. Then they wouldn't lock at all. The dealer said it was the battery in the key. They did something when we took it in because it was okay afterward. The key battery was never replaced because it read over 3.00 volts. They either don't understand what they're working on or they're being less than honest. Around town mileage is in the low 20's, highway remains decent as in the first post. Still like the car and intend to keep it as long as it remains reliable. Just replaced the tires at 51K. Could have got another 10K out of them in a warm climate. Living where it snows so they had to go when winter came.Report it
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