Now, it may just be that i got taken by
the dealer, but only 4,000 miles into
this car (87,000 on the odometer)my car
took a complete dump on me. First, i
dropped $900 into it for O2 sensors,
then the mechanic wanted another $3,100
for a rebuilt engine, which turned into
$4,500-$8,000 for a rebuild +
new/rebuilt/used supercharger. In the
end, i put a used engine in it for
$2,400 and sold it for $5,000 the day
after i got it out of the shop. In the
end, i went home broke and bought a
corolla for $7,500, as i had no more
the door handles were nice.
yeah, don't buy one, especially from
Point Loma Cars in Point Loma, CA.
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