I bought the vehicle used and had problems since. The 2nd day my keyless remotes stop working. One month later, the check engine light came on. The vehicle had vacuum leaks (cost $436). The next month, the check engine light came on again, this time it was a defective ignition coil (cost $632). A tuneup cost $800, much more than a Toyota Avalon. Regular maintenance is too much for this vehicle. I am trading it in.
Looks great inside and outside.
Better engine design ... because of engine design, maintenance is expensive.
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