I bought my wagon 18 mo. ago and
wish I would've thought twice. The
wagon is cute and decent to drive, but
it has its share of problems. The
Mojave Beige is hard to see in certain
light. I replaced child window
locking switch due to
malfunction. When we
were hit on the passenger side at about
50 mph (guy blew through a red light
when we had a turn arrow), NOT ONE of
the safety features which I bought the
car for, engaged. After a dealer
check, they show that heated mirrors
are functioning only part-time (but of
course they wouldn't fix that while it
was in the shop!)
It has lost way too much in resale
value. Over $10K!
Cute style, easy to reach console,
feels solid and well-made.
Back seat is too small, paint chips
easily, cup holder is in an awkward
position, rear ashtray/cup holder needs
to be eliminated. The black cloth
seats collect dust& lint and are hard
to clean/vacuum. Not enough leg room
in front or rear for longer trips.
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