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Most Reliable Car I've Owned
by tc from L.A. Ca. | April 1, 2010
As original owner, this car has been flawless in performance. At 102K it will keep going with proper maintenance for another 102K. Brakes get replaced often but not the master cylinder or rotors. The interior could have been given thicker carpeting, but hey, it is still black! The dashboard is still like new after all these years. If we could only last as long looking so good! The gaskets should have been thicker! I have had to replace those after 90K miles. suspension is still as tight as ever! Never had any problems there. :) Electrical system with spoiler is not agreat idea. Bulb changing can be tricky.