I knew I was buying a very cheap car that would get great gas mileage. However, I guess that it would be marginally better than my low expectations. Gas is Good, but not what was on the sticker. I'm at around 28 mpg. Tires show excessive wear at only 10,000 miles. And car will not start sometimes. Had it to the Toyota dealer and they can't find the problem. They will however sell me additional services that are not requested. I should have bought the Elantra!
Nice color, red, and paint finish is good.
No more recalls, please! This is scary to drive with all the safety recalls. More recalls with this in one year than the Chrysler mini-van in 13 years. The Toyota dealer needs to listen to customers. A one year old car that won't start IS a Toyota problem.
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