I bought this car from a friend's dad back in 2002. At the time it had 109K on it. It now has 157K and it's still running great. No engine or trans problems. The only issue we have had is this annoying coolant leak. We have replaced the radiator once and the hoses 3 times. Now we believe it is leaking from else were. We spend $15 a week on coolant! Besides that, I love this car, good gas mileage, but if you have a family go for the 4 door. And always the V-6! Good luck.
Bought this car used with 28,000 miles
on it and although it looked perfect,
I wondered about the mechinical shape
it was in. Having had it for 5 years I
haven't put a cent in it except for
I like the styling and the size of the
two door coupe.
Go 50-55 mph on a long trip, and get
mid-30 mpg. The 6 cylinder is torquey,
but the overdrive keeps the mileage in
the mid to upper 20s.
It's solid enough that if someone rear
ends you, you and car are functional.
It's not a land yacht, but can carry
four people in reasonable comfort (the
back seat is a bit tight).
Easy to insure, easy to travel in ()
though I like a pillow, or small
poodle, for neck rest support. Could
use better lumbar support.
It always runs!
The speedometer is HUGE (as it should
Happy with the 6-banger 'lark.
The adjustable driver's seat can be a
source of amusement.
Slightly larger fuel tank, better trunk
design (those awful hinges G.M. loves
to inflict upon us have to go!).
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