Decent acceleration, firm seats, seems like good quality materials - have held up over 4 years so far. Having MAJOR electrical problems and only have 32,000 miles on the car - dealership has known fixes that last long term but want beau coup bucks to fix is - if they knew this was a problem why not fix it at the factory level? I've had days where it just decided not to start - this is bull and I won't buy another Nissan. My 2002 Olds Intrigue with 110K mi drives better and has been more reliable (just not as sporty).
Interior build quality and materials.
Electrical that doesn't short out. Better fuel economy for this size of car, I would expect 35 mpg or better for the price.
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