"I bought it new in early 1995 and now have about 127K miles. The v6 w/ 5-speed manual tranny is smooth, quiet, zippy and gets 27-30 mpg driving to work (12 of the 23 miles on the freeway). Got a new water pump under warranty in year one. EGR port has been cleaned out twice (a "check engine" light issue), at 60K and 120K miles. Had new under-hood wiring harness, under special warranty provision, in ~year seven, due to flaky insulation. That never caused a failure, but it looked like a problem. Had new plugs, plug wires and rear brakes at 100K miles. Had an A/C hose replaced at 97K. Had a new ignition coil pack at 105K. The worst feature was the premium radio/cd, power antenna and speakers that all failed in the first five years, but they were cheap and easy to replace. The rest was routine tires, batteries, an oxygen sensor, oil and filters. The leather seats have worn well, still looking new except for the driver's that looks a little polished. Paint has weathered well, but the car has been garaged a lot. I keep it because I can't find a new car that's as much fun to drive, nor as comfortable, plus insurance is cheap. Now that the thing is nearly fully depreciated, I have dropped collision/comprehensive."
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