I bought this car for 400 cash with only 72k original miles. Had to replace the compressor, serpentine belt, tensioner, and grease the brake cylinders. Also had a power steering leak that wasn't much to fix. This was because the car sat for 2 years or more, only the battery was replaced when I bought it and it drove almost perfect! This car has proven to be very reliable even to the fact that there was very limited rust on this vehicle for it's age.
Highbeams are utra-bright, plenty of trunk-space, very comfortable ride, nice-looking car
The 3-speed automatic Tranny runs great and I have no problems with it but for a V6 I think a 4-spd auto would add more power to the wheels when you need it. Also the paint goes on these cars but paint doesn't affect performance.
2nd owner, at 96K replaced muffler, at 102K had vacuum leak and lug bolts. Other than that great reliability, and seats are still comfortable. Good for commuter or teen car! I average 22-23 MPG combined driving.
this car in my opinion was the best
value for my dollar, it was the best
buy for only 4000, it was the newest
with the less mileage of 97000, which
to some may seem a lot, but i am
hopeful it will last as long as my
grandparents 92 did of 180000 miles, i
love the acceleration, and comfort feel
of it, i enjoy getting on freeways, all
in all a great/excellent car
acceleration, comfort, handling,
body styling, the style gets boring
after the same look of 5 years, looks
too much like an old persons car
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