A car that you can't give up after
156,000 miles is really a winner. It
is a dream on the highway, for long
cruises. It did take getting used to
as it takes more arm strength to
manuever than an American car, but once
you get used to it, it is wonderful.
The heated seats have you warm in one
block. The radio, heat, A/C,
reliability are great. In minor bumps,
it rarely dents.
It retains it's new car look
permanently. After 156,000, the
interior still seems new.
Power, acceleration, heated seats,
highway driving, reliability, pride in
driving up in the car
Had to buy cupholders which was absurd.
Takes an average of 90 minutes wait
from time arriving for servicing to
time leaving with loaner. Routine
maintenance prices from dealer are
statospheric. Dealer did not honor the
$2000 extended warranty bought from
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