We had the car for 4 years and 1 month over 89,000 miles. We averaged 22K miles per year, never had any issues at all, only replaced tires and battery. We got combined 25.6 mpg on the original Bridgestones, harder riding tires. Replaced with Dunlop tires, then dropped to a combined 24.7 mpg, but it was a much better
and smoother riding tires, worth losing 1 mpg. The car was always a pleasure to get on the road and travel and vacation in.
The 4 cylinder milage, for the size and comfort it provided, all highway milage 28 to 28.5 mpg.
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