by monelle on Feb 27, 2008 Vehicle: 1990 Chevrolet Corsica
Got her in 1998 with 23000 miles and she's lasted me. I have run into the moisture vs fuses problem but it was easily fixed, and the paint is peeling- her top's rusty. She still likes to go, and her brakes are soft. Not pretty anymore but will probably run with tune-ups for 50,000 more miles.
by jman6 on Sep 7, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 Chevrolet Corsica
I purchased this car from my grandma
in 2001 with 26,000 miles on it. It
is VERY reliable and quite fast too.
I beat Civics all the time in racing.
I love my Corsica and wouldn't give it
up for any other car. The only thing
that is bad about this car is the
paint job. As soon as I get that done
then it will be perfect. If you treat
these cars with respect then they will
give you many miles and years of
New dashboard debuts, and a driver airbag is added. LTZ model is dropped, leaving one trim level available. Sport Handling Package includes LTZ suspension, trim, and wheels. A CD player joins the options sheet.
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$4000 is a good amount of money to spend on a car. It will also buy a larger car like an Accord, Camry, Corsica, Contour or anything else compact or even midsize. Heck, you could always get a 1998 F...