All is well, except the foundation. How can you enjoy the vehicle if it leaves you on the road side five to eight times a year. At 95k everything starts to break. Fuel pump, transmission, starter, alternator, transmission again, electrical system, ABS, and so on. What if it is actually an engineering miracle? - Cleverly designed to fall apart at around 100k. Some idiot engineer thought that then the consumer is going to buy another one. Never happens.
Driving, precise handling, power. Looks. Nicely equipped. Unbelievable highway gas mileage for 3.3L V6.
Improve reliability and do not think of cars as disposables.
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