me is the little, stupid failures in
detail. The power window's cable clips
inside the doors broke (replaced), the
latch for the center console broke, the
rubberized surface on some of the
plastic interior pieces is peeling, the
rear windows washer leaks, and the
center caps on my front two wheels FELL
OFF. The check engine light just lit up
too. Car drives great. Quiet, smooth.
Like I said, the little details suck.
Plenty of power for a small 2.0 and a
high curb weight. Loads of room. Comfy
seats. Monsoon stereo is NICE.
Don't rubberize the plastic trim if the
rubberization is going to PEEL. Use
snap on center caps and not GLUED ON.
Use a metal latching device on the
center console. Not tiny little plastic
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