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by KSagal from Boston Suburbs | May 15, 2010
Bought the car used, and have not had so much fun and been so happy with a car since I was a kid...
It runs well, handles itself well, and has great seats.
Creature comforts, and features (like all window at once buttons) are great.
My only complaint, and it is very easy to deal with, is that the turning radius is huge, more like a truck than car. That is actually the only complaint I have at all!
I love the car, and would recommend to friends, and will buy another.