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Sharp as an Arrow
by Minivan from | January 21, 2009
I was very hesitant about getting this van because of the bad reputation of safety issues and it being our third car, other than a Chevey Impala, and a BMW 750 for work. However when we got it my family and I loved it, no problems, only regular scheduled checks and it ran like new. It was totaled in 2006 on the street, and my family is unhappy that they are so rare and hard to find in good shape anymore.