I bought this car after driving it
around town, thinking it was a good
buy. Problem: the features changed
so much between '02-03, the dealer did
not know what I was requesting. I
ended up without the split seats, the
remote mirrors, and the larger tires.
Also, the car is a great around-the-
town car, but a pathetic commuter. It
is NOISY, POORLY INSULATED, AND TOO
LIGHT ON THE FREEWAY IN THE WIND. If
you make this purchase, plan to be
thrown around on the road and unable
to hear your favorite CD playing. Oh,
yeah, turn the volume up to max on
your cell phone also.
The seats are good.
The interior room is good for such a
*insulate the sucker! (what was Toyota
*train your sales people to know the
changes between models from year to
year--don't get caught in the
jargonese as a consumer
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