It's a Shame to See It Go!
By Rona on
Vehicle2002 Chevrolet Prizm 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 5M)
Review"Reliability" is the key word when
discussing a Prizm. I now have owned
five of them, plus a Corolla and a Chevy
Nova ('87). In all these cars the only
mechanical problem I ever had was a
clutch slave cyliner ($40.00) in the
Nova. That is amazing. GM's decision to
stop making the Prizm will send me to
Toyota for a Corolla. However, my most
recent 2002 Prizms (Yes I bought two of
them this weekend before the rebates
ended) enabled me to save over $4,000 per
car compared to the Corolla.
Best FeaturesThe peppy 1.8 liter engine zips the car along famously, and if you can find a manual transmission (difficult at this point), the performance is even better. The gas milage with the manual is 40 mpg.
Worst FeaturesI don't like the radio being situated behind the cup holder; however that is a small deficiency.
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