I bought the car at 141,000 miles and
it still looked and ran great. I drove
it for a year and a half and put about
22,000 more miles on it in that time,
having only to replace an alternator
and the exhaust. I drove that car hard
too, and it kept on taking the
pounding. The fuel pump finally went
on the car just recently, and due to
the vehicles milage, I decided against
fixing it. Now I'm looking to buy
either a 96 monte carlo or another
Beretta, this time a 94.
The interior was comfy and suprisingly
roomy. The 3.1L engine had a lot of
power and I loved the sound it made, it
was much deeper than most other engines
of that displacement.
The interior didn't have many features
to it, but I can't really complain
about the car. I loved it.
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