The car had 74,000kms when I got it. When it got to about 98,000kms it started to have numerous problems. First thing that went was the slave cylinder only we were told it was the master cylinder. So $1600 later it had a brand new slave cylinder, master, and clutch. There was no problems till about 103,000kms one of the cylinders stopped firing, When the spark plugs were changed the car reacted badly, I guess only GM parts will make her run. Other then those two recent problems, it drives very well and is good on gas, with premium. Buyer be aware of what your getting, do you research first!
The clutch is low and soft, making it super easy to slide into gear, I have never grinded the gears. The seats are easily moveable. Back seat has lots of room, large truck, glove box and a compartment between passanger and driver makes for extra storage.
If you smoke, put on side window shields or strips to stop cigerettes from flying back in. Parts are impossible to get, now of course that they dont make them. It costs a huge to go to the dealer for repairs, know your car, know a mechanic. Hard to clean inside, complicated areas to vacuum.
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