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by Sports Car Enthusiast from SACRAMENTO | July 15, 2010
LUXURY WITH SPORTINESS, THE CAR HAS A LOT OF POWER , I LOVE THE REAR WHEEL DRIVE, IN CALIFORNIA IT'S DRY WEATHER, YOU NEVER HAVE TO CHANGE THOSE DRIVE SHAFTS LIKE THE FRONT WHEEL DRIVE DOES, VERY EASY TO CHANGE THE TIMINNG BELT, WATER PUMP, ALTERNATOR, THEY ARE RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU, RHE ENGINE IS PLACED LONGITUDINAL, HAS ALL THE POWER OPTIONS, I LOVE THIS CAR I KEEP IT FOREVER.