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King of the road
by luxury car enthusiast from memphis, tn | June 1, 2006
this is a great car i bought it used at 194000 miles and have added 15 thousand to that and replaced nothing but tires and brakes.the engine lacks power but you cant tell it keeps up with the best and out handles most and will keep you more than comfortable while doing so. ive only ran about 130 but it gets there quickly and holds the road.on the inside there are more buttons than a remote but the car informs you of everything, such as outside tepm,oil status,gas range and gas used,miles per gallon, time of arrival time and date for the money and the year the toronado is ahead of its time