Overall it's a good car. Other people I know rave over them, and I'm convinced that Magna and Camry are both on par, with Holden and Ford still a country mile behind for quality.
I would buy another one, but I'll wait and see what the new Magna is going to be like before I commit to anything there.
Power. Economy. Size. Silence. Brakes. It's quite happy to take off gently, but if you put your foot down, it certainly gets very mobile very quickly. But that's the same for all big sixes I guess. We averaged 8.0 L/100km on the return trip Newcastl...
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TH 2000 3.5lt. TPS issues after degreasing. Is this a common issue with these vehicles. Car running fine (just did full service) test drive all good prior to degreasing. Now fueling issue.
it states my 2000 magna limited run executive ls had standard electric windows mine doesnt is this right?
The last 1,000 TH Magna's built mid 2000, were Executive LS models. They were similar to the earlier Altera LS, but they did not have electric power windows.
The last TH series production between May and June 2000, were 1000 Executive LS units (automatic only), which were similar to the discontinued Altera LS but without power windows, dual airbags and less colour-coding (e.g. unpainted black mirrors).
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|Transmission||Automatic and Manual|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||71 L|
|Engine||6 Cylinder 3.5L|
|Max Power||147kW @ 5000rpm|
|Max Torque||300Nm @ 4000rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||Australia|
|Manufacturer Warranty||3 year(s)|
|Release date||Jan 1999|
|Discontinuation date||Dec 2000|
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