Basically I bought a lemon. Make sure
you get yours checked out before you buy
it. Everything leaks. I've spent over
$1000 fixing stuff that was broken or
worn out before I got it. It looks a
little nicer than it actually is. It
still needs another $700+ more parts and
labor. It is cheaper than a new car though.
The engine is pretty strong. Mileage
isn't horrible if I stay off the gas
pedal. It looks reasonably nice.
There are three recalls on my car. The
glove box is tiny. The seats need more
lower back support. The trunk
passthrough is too small for almost
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