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Above average, good buy.
by Just a guy from Chickamauga, GA | March 10, 2011
I got this car as a trade a few years ago for my family and work. It had about 20,000 miles on it at the time, and have since put 20,000 more on it. And I must say, it was a good deal. It has had no problems thus far and runs very well.
I have the V6 model which is surprisingly zippy for a car of its tier. Can easily go 0-60 in 6 seconds, yet still gets decent gas mileage (20-25 average)
It is somewhat small, adequate for 4 people but a cram for 5. Seats are of average comfort, interior is outdated (but what do you expect for a 1995 "affordable" car?) and the trunk is a tad small.
Pros: Reliable and fantastic value if you can find one with low to average mileage, good gas mileage.