The windows are stupid. They have no frame and there is just the door's molding. The windows leak and often freeze, also creating moisture IN the car (windshields esp.). The A/C is EXTREMELY cold, heat is EXTREMELY warm. WISH it came with ABS and the AWD is not 50/50, so doesn't perform as great on the ice/snow/slush. The gas mileage isn't as good as I expected, I get about 17-18 (IF I am lucky) in the city. However, this thing hasn't failed me yet, and I hope to keep on driving it til it's dead (and I hope that won't be for a long time!)
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I bought this car halfway through
college, and i couldn't be happier. AWD
is great, beats my parents cars in the
winter; it hugs the curves like it was
my grandma at thanksgiving; accel. is
ok, but it is amazingly peppy- my
friends all want to drive it; its safe,
with its dual airbags. and common
enough that repairs are inexpensive.
since i DID buy it used, it did have
problems. i think there was a shimmy in
the wheel, bad belt,and back strut. its
all fixed, and i could still afford my
books. Problems: ITS SO SMALL! = major
inferiority complex. virtually no
back seat room. Though it is techniclly
a sedan, i think of it as a 4-door
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