The plastic trim under the doors holds water and the frame rusts. I probably knocked off ten pounds of rust this past week. I get about 15 mpg in the city and 19 maybe 20 mpg on highway. The crankshaft sensor went out after a month or two after I bought it. Friends who have the same car tell me they have to replace theirs about once a year. They cost around $60 so its not an expensive fix but it adds up year after year. The car just wasn't designed very well. Especially for rust. I can't even jack my car up to change a tire because the frame will bend and crack from all the rust. Do not buy. Spend a little more on a better car. Like a Honda. This car is a waste of money
I like the stock radio. It has good sound capabilities for stock. With good tires it run very smooth and has some decent power.
The plastic trim needs to go! The crankshaft sensor needs to be looked at and fixed. The interior plastic coverings cannot not be removed without breaking
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