Toyota has done it once again. I bought this car with 33,000 miles, and just changed the tires due to the carelessness of the previous owner mixing tires. This car is probably one of the most comfortable cars on the highway you can afford. With the MacPherson shocks you and the passengers wont feel a thing. We took a road trip Ohio to Illinois in it, and the people sitting in the back slept the whole way, not even a sound or bump woke them up. The best part about this car is the engine and transmission, it is unlikely you would hear the engine and feel the transmission shift.
Engine is quiet, transmission is smooth, size is very large making it comfortable, shocks make it much more comfortable than the Altima or Accord.
Make steering a bit heavier, improve the stopping distance.
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