My car had a fair amount of miles on it when I purchased it so I assumed
that maintenance would be a bit more expensive. Little did I know that
everything on the car self-destructs at 50,000 miles. The interior is made
entirely of plastic that breaks without notice (window switches, glove
compartment, and arm rest compartment). Even the plastic brake light
switches affiliated with the transmission release break (I've replaced FOUR in
one year!)! Watch out for this car! It's been in the shop about once per
month in the 14 months that I've owned it.
The handling. It's so close to the ground so it does pretty well around
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