I've had this car eight years now, and I'd swear it still drives like it did when we bought it. Handling is sharp and precise, the 3.5 L engine is serious fun to drive. It still gets 28 mpg on the highway. I am still smile every time I get into it and I think that says a lot. It's just too bad GM killed this car & engine. I've had one problem with it; the crank shaft position sensor went out around 60,000 miles, I replaced it for $125, everything else has been regular maintenance. What has made an impression on me, it has been in the body shop a couple times, the men that worked on it mentioned how well this car was built. I plan to drive it until it hits 200K.
The engine, and handling, steering wheel mounted controls. Sound system.
If there were one thing I could change; the roof line recedes too far over on the sides, letting the sun get in your eyes. The seats are a bit hard for extended road trips, though around town this is never a problem.
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