Great all wheel drive, good handling, 32 MPG and runs forever
Very little has failed, just have done good basic maintenance.
Change timing belt every 90k miles.
Replaced front wheel bearings at 120k miles.
Replaced sway bar bushings and end links.
5 sets of tires.
Best car ever in snow. I suggest going to 16 inch winter rims and a set of Blizzaks for the winter. The only thing that will slow you in the snow is traffic.
I have a 60 mile commute across central NH, and typically see snow 3-4 days a week in winter.
It's a fun car for all conditions, that has a low cost of operation. Will break 300,000 miles this spring.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 13th January, 2013