Reliable car. This car has started all
but 3 times -- 2 batteries and 1
starter. Tall people fit, but with a 4-
door they end up in the back; headroom
is great. Seems to be a problem with
the hood latch, the hood is crooked
just enough to keep pushing one
headlight out of alignment -- which is
bad because the lighting on this car
isn't too good to begin with. Car has a
lot of pep and can take steep hills
like a champ, it's great in the snow
(with good tires) and can make nice,
sharp turns. Lighters are very hard to
find outside dealer ($29) and bumpy
roads are a bouncy trip. Great for
tight city driving, parking is a breeze.
Comfortable seats, good stock radio,
great gas usage, tough little car.
Spacious trunk (Fold-down rear seats)
but small trunk hole.
Nissan's already changed everything on
this car and made it more of a mid-line
than it used to be.
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