Watch the speedometer unless you want to get pulled over. It easily goes from zero to seventy-five with little effort. If you're not used to the car, you could find yourself driving 110 in a 75 zone on the interstate and not notice... unless there are other vehicles around, then you'd wonder why they were all driving so slow because you're passing all of them!
I purchased my vehicle used. It was 6 years old at the time and I've had it now for 6 years as well. It's been missing the visor on the drivers side, which is annoying, but I never thing to replace. The passenger back window doesn't roll down anymore, but I want to fix the tiny oil and coolant leaks before that. Also, the air conditioner has never worked. It's the 3.9 liter engine, so I'm spoiled. Every time I drive another vehicle (i.e. designated driver, when my car is at mechanics) I wonder what's wrong with it and why it accelerates so slowly, and then I remember! Dislikes would be Lithia Motors out of California keeps sending me letters trying to purchase it from me, and also, there's been an ignition recall for 4 years that I can never figure out who to contact to get it fixed.