The car is amiable. But I had to change all 4 tires at 18000k's and the front disc brakes at 30,000k and I was told the rear shocks are on their way out. To say nothing about the sticking shifter. At 70 years of age, I am hardly a cowboy behind the wheel.
High seating position. Easy entry. Good cargo space for a golfer.
Maybe the manufacturer has already improved the brakes, shocks, and tire suppliers. I would think wind and road noise will have been improved also.
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