1996 Chevrolet Corsica 2.2L 4-cyl. 3-speed Automatic Consumer Review - Turned out to be a
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1996 Chevrolet Corsica - Consumer Review

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Base Sedan (2.2L 4-cyl. 3-speed Automatic)

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Turned out to be a great deal
By nenana on

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1996 Chevrolet Corsica 4dr Sedan

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We bought this car in 1997 with 29K on it...it sat in outside storage for 6 of the years we've owned it, but it worked great every time we pulled it out and drove it. Have replaced the brakes 2 times, the altenator, had some work done with the fuel injector and fixed a manifold gasket leak. We figure it will cost us $1000/year to keep it, and we are fine with that. I now drive it 52 miles a day on twisty, often snowy roads, and it handles well with the front wheel drive. We never expected to have it last 10 years and still be going pretty well. We ar soon to buy a 4WD SUV, but will keep this one to drive when the roads are good, because it is reliable, solid, and still gets 20+ mpg.

Favorite Features

We like the dual cup holder on the passenger side, and the trunk is roomy for a small sedan. The running lights are good, too.

Suggested Improvements

Not that anyone makes these anymore, but the backseat has no leg room. Good thing it is just a kid sitting back there. Not fond of the auto locks, either, when the driver is still in the car and the passenger has to get out for some reason.
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