Our old car had given out and we New it was time for a new one. H.K. Torrence went above and beyond helping us find the best car for our budget. We love our new sonata.
by Working mom from Sheboygan, WI
December 9, 2017
I have 150,000 miles and it is still going. I drive city and highway. Very comfortable even on long trips. Gas mileage is averaging 29 mpg combined city/hwy. The rear seating fits even the big men in our family. I like the split rear seats and the truck is huge. I've folded down the seats to move furniture. Yes, there have been the typical repairs like tires and brakes, and an odd air bag electrical malfunction that I had to replace.
They have a lot of inventory, but the automobile that I went to look at had a little more damage than I assumed it had, and the interior had a strong smoke smell. I wish I had known prior to coming to the lot. It was also a bit difficult to figure out where to park in the parking lot, and I could not figure out where the front desk was once I was inside. However, the price of the automobiles was extremely low for the mileage so I guess that is a good check and balance for the entire atmosphere.
Just bought the Mountaineer
by Headline2323 from Haverhill
July 4, 2018
For the price range you can find this vehicle in it does offer quite a few great features. The model I bought did not come with Bluetooth what does offer and auxiliary cable input. The third row seating option and the amount of cargo space available when the third row is flipped down is GREAT. The model I bought also came with a ceiling mounted and detachable DVD player Gameboy Advanced combo which initially I thought didn't work but it just was not charged... it comes with wireless headphones and controller for gaming. I love this feature! Also this vehicle comes with adjustable pedals and seat with multiple saved options which make for a very comfortable ride regardless of how many people drive the vehicle.
I found this car able to get great MPG IE: 30MPG at 65MPH, and at other times to be a fairly fast hot rod. IT still blows my mind how much power there little 4.6 Ford motors can do, after all it is smaller that the classic 289s both Ford and Studebaker I have owned. Yet it is faster. Feels more like a Chevy 350 like a Camaro I once had. Sadly it has gotten a motor problem, but I love the cars so I now am fixing up a 2003 Ex-Cop P71 Ford Crown Vic, and plan on moving a lot of the interior and exterior of the Mercury over to the Crown Vic. I gain the better handling of a Police Interceptor and will have all the features of my old car.
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