2/3 of the problems are "design problems"Which is to say, if you want it fixed you'll need to put out another $30K or $40K or $50K for the next year's model. "Design problems" on current production rarely get corrected once you've signed and driven away.KennyOwho's entering the market for a new car with increasing trepidation
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