This car was cheaply manufactured rough idle and no power but poor gas mileage. Problems range from power steering to engine roughness with very poor dealership fixes...not a smooth ride for luxury vehicle. ..not worth the money very disappointed with the vehicle
Jim Allen - Nashville, TN12/25/2015
Why drive a boring car? Mine is the turbo 4. The 6 speed manual works fine, have to be careful not to spin the tires esp on wet roads. Bose sound is very good, CUE is good once you get used to it.
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