For sale, cheap!
Where do I begin...
We were on vacation in Colorado. We pulled off of the freeway and BOOM no power to the drive shaft. The transmission had gone out with absolutely no warning. Very expensive to fix even in a small town where the hourly charge is a little lower than in the city.
One afternoon as I was running errands on my lunch hour, the water pump seized. Again, we had absolutely no warning (no noise, no leaks, nothing). That caused the serpentine belt to snap and melt, rupturing a hose. Not as expensive to repair, but still not cheap.
I've owned this car for about 10 months. So far, it's cost me (excluding the purchase price) $400/month in repairs on average. I should be driving a BMW -- not a Fix Or Repair Daily (FORD)
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 29th May, 2002