Combine a smooth, sophicated 3.5 V-6 with a firm yet supple ride, wrapped
in muscular understated styling and what do you get? One of GM's best
cars. Not a wallowing barge like Oldsmobiles of yesteryear, the Intrigue has
the handling and performance I really appreciate. The car is quite handsome,
most people think it's a Nissan Maxima. Reliabilty has been good so far, no
rattles or squeaks at 52000 miles. You sit high up in a commanding driving
position and the ride is comfy. The small things work well on this car; the
turn signal and wiper stalks have a crisp feeling to them so often lacking on
other GM products. Overall, I think GM got this one right.
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