This is my second Reatta. The first
was an 89 coupe purchased with 40000
miles on it. It now has 200000 on it
and is still ready for cross country
touring. The 91 convertible has been
trouble free and driven every day for
nearly 100000 miles. The only critism
is that the motors that operate the
headlamps tend to wear at about 100000
miles and are expensive to replace.
Both cars still generate "neat car"
comments from young and old.
Repairs and maintenence are no
different nor any more costly than any
other GM car. They do however seem to
be less frequent.
If my garage was big enough I might try
to find another one and start a real
The convertible top is the easiest
manual operating top to raise and lower.
The 16 way power seat insures great
comfort for the driver.
As these cars get older an improved
source of replacement parts might be
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