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Best car I have ever owned
by Adam Lloyd, owner & enthusiast from Birmingham, UK | July 15, 2013
Performance is fantastic
Eye catching, Next to a latest Merc. All eyes are on STS
I have gas converted mine and I get equivalent to 32MPG, not bad for a performance 4.6 liter
by Rainman from Denver Colorado | September 10, 2012
I am pleased with my purchase. The car operates and handles well. If you don’t mind the extra cost of maintaining your vehicle, this is a good one. I got a steal for this car, previous operator did not maintain very well. So with a little investment, the car runs like a dream.