I bought my Millenia very cheap from a
bank at loan value. The car was in
good condition with 69K miles. After
purchasing I found out the 60K mile
tuneup was never performed. I went to
the dealer and they wanted $1500 for
the tuneup. You can get them dirt
cheap, but your paying to maintain a
I've had some other small issues with
the car like the serpentine belt
tensioner coming loose. It sounded
like a blown engine, but it was just
the tensioner bouncing against the
The transmission is terrible. It's
very indecisive. Also, resale is
terrible since the car is no longer
Moonroof, Automatic Steering wheel,
which sometimes doesn't work.
Transmission. More room in the engine
bay. More availablity of parts.
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