My car has 191,000 miles and she's still purring. Most reliable car I've ever owned. I am astounded at the people on here who spent $600-$700 dollars on ignition coils. Yes, four of mine have been replaced, but it's as simple as a couple screws and a plug. I got mine for $50/ea. and installed them myself. I'm no mechanic. I'll drive this car till the engine dies, and honestly I don't see that happening for a long time. Great car, and if you're here you're thinking of buying one. My suggestion is absolutely do it... you'll never regret it.
Great Bose radio, climate control rocks, heated seats, heated side mirrors, and I like my interior better than almost all of the new cars I've looked at. Reliable as it gets.
More low end torque wouldn't be bad, but I can't complain. They should have recalled the coils, but if you run into that problem buy the part and replace it yourself... it's very, very easy, and the new coils have been corrected so you won't have the problem again.
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