I've driven this car for years now and it's a kicker. Strong engine, reliable vehicle, comfortable enough, Plenty of room for everyone and thing. It's roof rack and fold down seats was next best thing to owning a truck when the need arised. At 160k it was still going strong, I anticipated it lasting 200k easy. Safety second to none. I was hit and it took it, no one was hurt in the car. Definite keeper. Looking for another one now.
Third seat with 2 shoulder strap safety belts. 60/40 fold down rear seats. Reliability. Middle front seatbelt. Roof rack
Ash tray, with the fold out console. It's a pain, can't reach it.
Car has 170,000 miles and still going
strong. Only a few minor issues that
you might expect after 100,000 miles.
Camshaft sensor went out, rear wheels
have gone out of alignment requiring
some filing and the transmission acted
up at 130,000 miles but then corrected
itself (go figure). Overall a great
vehicle and believe it will go well
past 200,000 miles. Would buy another.
Great handling, style, comfort, quiet
At 5 1/2 years and 52000, after light
suburban driving and regular
maintenance, the car needed a
transmission rebuild and a new front
end at a cost of more than $3300. The
mechanics seemed not to be surprised,
and I know them. Our kids play soccer
together, and he is an honest guy. I
can only imagine how much this would
have cost at a dealer! The biggest
problem is that it is the ideal car for
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