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by car lover from MI | January 14, 2010
Very nice car. A JD power award winner. My 22 year old daughter is driving mine because she likes it better than her 2000 Ford Focus.
very dependeble car have owned since new have over 150000 with v6 no magor problems timing belt water pump at 125000 and brakes tires and genereal maitaince that you will have with any car would highly recomend this car or one of its twins stratus or breeze!