If you bought a Millenia several years ago, you can't help but be disappointed
by the resale value. The price of the car has been lowered over the years
and you can now get one for nearly the price as a loaded Camry or Accord.
As far as quality of ride, features, and appearance there is no comparison.
The car shines on the highway, cruising quietly and effortlessly at 80mph. If
the car had another 50hp and a little more front leg room it would be near
perfect. I have 50,000 miles on my Millenia with few problems. A noise in
the rear suspension cost $250 to repair and the automatic tilt occasionally
acts funny, but overall it has been trouble free.
Excellent brakes. Nice combination of luxury and performance ride. Easy
car to drive. Special touch- the hidden storage compartments under the
Needs more horsepower to be a fun ride. Could use more cup holders. Gas
mileage (23mpg) could be better.
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