I purchased the car from the dealership as a certifed used car. Since then only had minimal problems with it. You know stuff like headlamps turning foggy and the Toyota logo on the steering wheel peeling off. Overall this car has been great. The car seemed to stop getting great gas mileage once it hit 100 thousand miles, and the suspension seemed to not handle so well too. But it got to 100 thousand miles before I even noticed anything lagging. Now it has 131 thousand, and I just replaced the spark plugs, the PVC valve, the O2 sensor, the belt, and the front springs and struts. In short it runs like it was new again.
Never had any major problems with it at all. I like the body style, and the great gas mileage. It has 131 thousand and runs like new. if you maintain it and drive it well you will have this car for many miles.
The vinyl around the doors started to peel off. So I just pulled all of it off.
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