Two wheel bearings out, two bent wheels replaced, stabilizers replaced, brakes and calipers replaced, wheel fitting replaced, all fluids replaced, two batteries dead.
It's cost me $1,700 to repair a car worth $4,800. Screw that. It's not worth it. Go with a Honda.
It's only been 78,000 miles.
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