I bought the car new in 1999. Drive 100
miles a day to work and back.
Absolutely no problems at all. Cruises
nicely at expressway speed (or slightly
higher.) Comfortable ride that seems to
get better as you add more passengers.
At 6-4, I'm definitely at the upper
limit of who the cars was designed for.
Engine has been great! With 112,000 mi,
I've replaced the front brakes once, the
tires once, the serpentine belt, and a
$.99 hose clamp. Not bad. Interior is
the epitome of conservative, which is
nice because I haven't gotten sick of
looking at it.
Good highway ride. Reliable.
Exterior is a little frumpy. Tilt wheel
needs a greater range of motion so that
tall people can get in and out with a
little more ease.
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