I drive over 100 miles a day to and from work (mostly highway). I get 25 MPG in the summer and 22MPG in the winter (hate that winter gas). The car is big and roomy. It reminds me more of the cars from the late 1960's. At nearly 50,000 miles, its time to replace the rear tire, again.
Comfortable seats, OK gas mileage for the size and power of the car. It is not quick off the line but it is fast when passing at highway speeds.
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