This is the equivalent to an Applebee's steak, or a car inconveniently having starter issues at a pivotal part in a horror movie, or a seasonal Hallmark movie with a plot substituted for a string of lukewarm moral platitudes. They're not flawed, but they'll get a few points knocked off by your inner hipster for lack of originality. It's the same reaction that will keep you from watching A Christmas Story with a warm mug of hot chocolate. Again.
The pearl white leather interior is perfect, as is the chrome trim and likely resprayed paint. This is the "have your classic luxury and drive it too" build that Ford tried in the late '90s; looks that mimic Grey Poupon in the back seat, but easy drivability for meandering around the Kohl's parking lot while listening to Maroon 5 on FM radio, you mainstream sheep. Despite the unoriginality, its low cost and excellent quality earn its place here. Because everyone has their price.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.