I'm on my 28th car since April of 2000 & I have had my share of POS vehicles. The worst one I ever had I will never forget, as it was more of a junkyard sled then a car. It was a 1987 Chrysler New Yorker & it spent 90% of its time in the shop. The car had more electrical issues than a house wired by a monkey. Thats the one car I spent $2750 on the car & spent about $3000K on repairs just to trade it in a year later for $400. There wasn't no end to that car. Looks of the car was just as decieving as the car lot that sold it to me. If one thing, it made me a alot wiser on buying vehicles and taught me a valuable experience, at my expense. All I say to that car is good riddens & I'm glad its gone. What ever you do, check a car out yourself or have your mechanic check it out, not the dealers mechanic! Also if it sounds & looks to good to be true, it probably is. I'll talk about several other POS vehicles I've had at a later date.