These front-wheel-drive Fleetwoods are great cars. I bought mine used four years ago and it now shows 178,000 miles on the odometer, with another 100,000 to go without question. It's comfortable, reasonably good on gas (around 21 mpg combined city/highway) and because it's front- wheel-drive it is great in the winter. If you're shopping for one in the 'rust- belt', be sure to look closely for hidden rust; a common problem on these (in the trunk, lift up the carpet covering the wheel housing, under the hood, look to the inner fender area with a flashlight). They are going cheap lately and are a decent "grocery- getter." One can be had for around $1,000 (don't let high mileage scare you off...I've seen them with 300,000 miles on them)
We have 3 kids and are expecting a
4th. I previously drove a 97 Corolla
which was a great little car, but if
all five of us wanted to go for a ride
it could not happened. We are having a
new baby and I dropoff and pick up the
kids, so with Big boy we can all take a
The car floats instead of rolls on the
road, acceloration from a stand still
is great, it response well to braking,
With all the cool gadgets, ie rear
light vanity mirrors,arm rest and heat
vents, powered from seats and that good
ole american factory stereo I am happy!
The interior space and comfort of the
seats and ride.
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