OK, my Cavalier and I have been through
alot of events. My kids becoming
teenagers, three 1500 miles trips out
of state, one marriage, some repairs,
and my twenty-some-things. Anyway, I
have drove my Cavalier for about 8
years. She has at times cost me money
but, never more than $500.00.
Transmission still runs, you will fix
breaks alot, has started up mornings
for years (except for those repair
times), and BEST FEATURE.....MY BABY
has 184,000 miles and still running. In
early 2004, I will retire her but, not
to get rid of her. In two years, my son
will be at the age to drive....and
guess what he will be driving!!!
Thanks, for reading.
Oh many, the car as a long life, as
long as you change the oil regularly.
Nice sounds, plenty of places for small
items, good trunk room (for a ecomony
HERE ARE THE ISSUES....Windshield wiper
motor, brakes, brakes, and more brakes
(they will go out every 40K or so),
rust makes a appearance (year 7),
otherwise, good first car for teens.
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