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by President of the united states from austin pa | April 18, 2012
mine gets more MPG than what the estimate is. (23MPG-25MPG) great car and nice smooth drive. i like the shifter very accurate and the gas tank is my favorate because when gas was only 3.50 a gallon it only cost around 35 bucks to fill up
Luxury on a budget! This is one of the most pleasant and dependable vehicles I have ever owned (age 78), and the second Chrysler about which I can say the same thing. (The other was a '77 New Yorker.) LHS is a Great car for the money!