There's just nothing wrong with this
car. I'm sure there are better cars
out there at some price but we drove a
dozen of the top sellers in the high
20k to mid 30k range and this car gave
a very good account of itself in every
way. After 15 years of driving a
Suburban (kids are gone) it's kind of
nice to actually be able to park where
everybody else parks. After a few
years we'll probably sell this to one
of the kids or their cousins and get
a "middle age" car like a BMW 530 or
something. We'll see how it ages. By
the way, this is the first Japanese car
that we have ever bought.
1.Great navi system 2. Great
radio/stereo and (of course) 3. The
heated seats! It's just a question of
good or great. I would rate everthing
good with the above being "great".
We've got barely 100 mi on this car and
that's not much histoy to work with. I
can't find anything wrong with this car
(other than some scarring on the rear
brake rotors that the dealer can't
explain). Just keep doing what you're
doing and more of it, Toyota.
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