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by Mini vs Truck from South Hadley, MA | August 7, 2012
Bought new,instead of house. Needed for work at the time. Most of mils used on trips with clients on weekends. Left that job in 96,car was too good to let go of. Still in use, had rocker panels redone due to rust but the car is so comfortable riding I just want to keep it running as long as it will still pass inspect.Motor runs great. I test drove a lot of different types of vechicles. This was good on gas, great on hills w AC on. Too bad they discontinued or I may have bought another. 18yrs an still running!!