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Pros: power seats
Cons: nothingexcellent vehicle, clean, well-maintained,
Pros: The front seats
Cons: killer blind spots (more like acres)I love my PT crusier Convertible, it looks great and people on the street love it. The maintenacne is a killer and the quality of the parts is terrible. I've repaced items on this car with 50 -60k miles that I've never replaed on vehicles with 120K miles. Buy the extended bumper to bumper warranty with these babies. Everyone I know who owns one says the same thing about the mechanicals.
best vehicle ever
Pros: ability to know where it ends and begins
Cons: seat removalperfect car -- packer 'green', just great, mileage is super
Well worth the money
Pros: Removeable seats
Cons: gas mileageSo before I ended up buying this car I looked at Mazda 3, Pontiac Vive/Toyota Matrix, Rav4, and other small wagons/SUVs. At the end of the day, it was about price, and we got this for 2k less than it's value, with an 8 year/80,000 mile warranty in 2007. To this day, nothing has broken down. The good: clean and simple, we have power seat option, and sunroof. And living in NYC, it's just slightly bigger than a Mini, but with a lot more room inside. The best feature was the aux jack. The bad: new baby shows the limits of the space, gas mileage is on the low side, and power is low as well. The most comical flaw is that the windo controls in back are at 'ankle level' and in the middle, and we have occasionally had the back windows open when something has fallen off the seats and hit the controls accidentally. Overall it is a good car, and I would buy it again, but now it's time to get a little more space.
Pros: Overall excellent
Cons: gas mileagegood appearance,ride,utility
not soooo good
Pros: the 10 disc cd changer
Cons: the loud noiseThis car is the loudest most annoying car ever, when drving you can here everthing. When you run over small pot holes it sounds as if u got into a car accident. Hate it. And around 85thousand miles the HEAD GASKET will go out and will cost you a very pretty penny