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2 out of 2 people recommended this car.
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by worden from Lansing mi | July 24, 2013
I wish nothing more than to be able to purchase another car like this that has low miles and not rusting out like mine is. Personally, I thnk it is the perfect vechicle. Of course we want a little of this n that our current vechicle may not have, overall, this is a built to last reliable vechicle
by Auto Consult of Metro Detroit from Southfield Michigan | December 26, 2009
very good second hand car,98000 mi,excellent fuel milage under 70mph,no
trans problems(4spd o/d),intake gasket changed at 50000mi,heater-a/c works great,no other major problems.Good instrumentation.Very good all weather car.