This is a horrible car. All the talk about Toyota quality is really nothing more than marketing-hype. The so-called quality is NOT there. Rather, this car is riddled with many problems--some of which are really serious and dangerous. First, the transmission is really bad. It slips all the time and shifting is very poor. It could cause "unexpected" acceleration, and can cause serious accident. Second, the quality is bad. The gaps between parts (e.g., dash board) are wide and uneven. 1970 Dodge is probably better assembled than this. I've already visited the dealership three times because of various problems. Third, don't expect any fun in driving this car. Steering is very unresponsive.
It is spacious--but it is probably more accurate to say it is "bulky." While the car is quite large, they didn't use the space efficiently. There is almost NOTHING to like about this car.
Complete redesign of the power train. This car has 3.5L 258HP, but the power train does not allow to use the power. In particular, the transmission is a borderline criminal act. I've never driven such a poor transmission. It can be dangerous. The vehicle is very unresponsive and sluggish.
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