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Best investment, reliable confortable no nonsense
by Techrua from Netherlands | January 14, 2008
Performed flawlessly for 100.000 miles, good fuel economy(4 cylinder Turbocharged) Drives like an 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air on and off terrain.
Never bites the dust and pulls like a "white elephant" After 10 years only second tyre set and brake pads front, 1 exhaust 1 air filter and four oil changes. AC+ parking heater and 350 mile range. No rust ( zinc covered body panels)
What more do you want