I bought this car when it was 6 years old with 107K miles. I kept it for 5 years, putting another almost 70K miles on it. Besides regular maintenance, I did have to replace a few parts. All the maintenance and repairs averaged out to less than $1,000 per year. Not exceptional, but pretty good.
Most of the time, I felt I could rely on this car.
This car is pretty good already, but certain components did break or need replacement sooner than my Toyota. To get to the next level, quality control for these components need to go up another notch.
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