I purchased the car new and ended up
putting 160,000 miles on this car. It
never broke down and the worst thing
that happened to it was the cassette
player busted after only 3 years. The
exhaust system had to be replaced
several times, but all in all, it was
a great car. It handled extremely
well for a entry-level sports car.
Handling was great. The engine was
well laid out and easy to work on.
Instruments were easily visable.
The 1996 model fixed some minor things
like the headlights in the 95 were
recessed, meaning that snow easily
collected in front of the headlights.
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