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Huge gas saver
by Shemp from Knob Noster, MO | April 11, 2012
The 5 spd manual makes it a fun little car to drive anywhere. Broken on me once (tensioner pulley needed replaced at 206K miles). Otherwise, reliable and never a problem. Extremely comfortable with a lot of space; including enough space in the boot to fit a few bodies ;). Great gas mileage, I'm getting an average of about 27-29 city. It's been a great car so far and I recommend it to anyone that would want a fun, reliable car for a low payment.