I've owned this car since around 2002, and it's been a solid car. The leather seats are nice, has a good brand name, and though not as good as some foreign cars, better than most American cars from the late 90's to early 2000's. The only problems I've endured with it so far is some suspension/wheel problems, which was an easy fix, and in the winter, when I tried to warm my car up, then leave it, it would stall a little bit. But besides that, it's a good car, though not tremendous, still gets the job done with a fine brand name.
Leather seats are nice, roomy interior, nice looking outside (doesn't have a "boxy" appearance like some cars 12 years ago)
Seeing as it's an older car, it doesn't have as many new features as a newer (or foreign) car would have (dvd player, automatic headlights, park assist, etc). But the only improvement would be the transmission and engine, where it would sometimes stall, but that's the only thing I would improve on
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