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It gets me around.
The car is a little older which I don't like very much - it means the radio is outdated and I don't have the cool features (steering wheel buttons, keyless entry, etc.) that my friends have. it has a lot of space which is good because I move around a lot I have driven 12 hours straight in the car and experienced no problem and it runs very well, even with almost 120,000 miles on it. I haven't had any issues at all so far.
A decent cheap SUV
I bought my Aztec used, and I got what I paid for. It was cheaper than other SUVs, and I soon found out why. This vehicle had more repair costs than any of my others. While the Aztec looked sleek and modern, its performance was average at best. It felt really light for an SUV. I used it for road driving, and it was decent with above-average mpg. But I wouldn't dare take it off-road like a true SUV. I had enough problems on city streets.
The little engine that could
It's really a shame that the Aztec isn't produced anymore, so if you happen to find this diamond in the rough I would highly suggest owning it. The engines are solid, the interior is roomy, the trunk space is massive, and the best part, it still gets great gas mileage for an older V6. Although you cannot walk into a new car dealership and order one of these machines, you certainly can find some in a used dealership or perhaps in the classified ads. They have a great safety rating, can accommodate 5 people (with pets in the back!), and drive like a road master. It's also equipped with the standard safety features in case you do get into an accident and is off the ground more than cars are to help reduce impact on your body. All in all, if I could go back in time and make a decision between this vehicle and another, I would buy two of these and give one to a friend!