Bought this convertible through an estate sale. Purchased it for fuel economy, but love to drive it, it's a peppy little car that is fun to drive and very sporty looking. I get great fuel mileage and it turns heads when I drive down the street.
I just purchased a 1994 Cavalier convertible about a month ago. Got a real good deal on it, only paid $1500 for it and it only had 56,000 miles. I was looking for a more economical vehicle since the price of gas has gone through the roof. I love this thing! It not only gets great gas mileage(approx 30mpg) but looks great and is fun to drive. When I bought it, it was filthy! I took it and had it detailed and the guy there offered me $5000 for it. I love the convertible feature, never had one before, but love it now!
The convertible top, engine reliability, body design
Work on the cup holder, no rear seat leg room, stereo leave little to be desired.
I bought this car brand spanking new. I've babied it on every oil change, tire rotation, mileage service, etc. The gas mileage is great, between 35 to 40 mpg on the highway. Riding with the top down is not as windy as I thought it would be and the stereo has never needed improvements. If you like it loud, this car gives it to you. I also like the fact that I have a Teal colored car. I've never seen another car in the same color.
I bought this car a little over a year
ago and have fallen in love with it.
I have had a few problems with it
lately (alternator, ECM, and now
transmission), but with as many miles
as is on it, I couldn't expect much
less...I can't even think of getting
rid of it because it is so unique and
fun to drive. Although it is an
automatic, the color (purple) and
convertible top make it a pleasure to
have on even just fairly nice days.
The body is still in excellent
condition and I recently replaced the
top due to some leakage. All-in-all,
I'm glad I jumped at the deal of
Convertible top, color, V6 3.1 engine
when everyone expects it to be a V4
(the lady at the DMV even argued with
me about it), sturdy body, REAR
DEFROST in GLASS WINDOW
cup holder placement (was broken by
someone's leg), rear speaker placement