by Hunter on Sep 14, 2006 Vehicle: 1990 Dodge Daytona
This car has been very good to me other then the usual replacements on a used car with 160,000 miles. But I happened to get the automatic, which lets just say all should stay away from, because once one thing goes, it all goes as I found out. The speed stinks. It takes about 1/4-3/8 of a mile to get to 55mph. All the engine and transmission gaskets are leaking, the floor pans are all gone under both passenger and drivers feet, and the supports through the floor pans are broke and about gone.
by deaconwise1 on May 14, 2006 Vehicle: 1990 Dodge Daytona
I brought this car for $300.00. It was sitting in a yard. I was told the the engine caught on fire a year earlier. It was sitting since that time. Three of the six spark plug wires were burnt off. But when I try to start it, It turn over on the first crank. But I turn it off quickly. I brought new plugs and wires. Start it again, she purr. Drove it home. Got it tune, oil change, air filter and put new tires on it. I have done little to it. Needed valve cover gaskets. The car runs great. No other problems with it. I drive it to work and all over town. It still turns heads. Body is in good shape. Next a paint job. by the way it eat any 4cyl. car out there. Great on gas!!
by Eric on Feb 1, 2005 Vehicle: 1990 Dodge Daytona
Greatest car I have ever driven. I bought it with a minor idle problem and thats all, I had to clean out a "vent" in the oil pan. Very reliable. There are a lot of people who have gotten 200,000+ miles out of the V6 :). It spent two weeks parked outside during a -20 weather spell and turned over once or twice before it started. It also handles beautifully and accellerates quite well. You may have a bit of trouble finding body kits, engine mods, etc., but they are out there. The interior is great too, as long as you don't look at the rear seats. The front seats have plenty of leg room as long as you don't have anyone sitting in the rear. They really could have just taken the rear seats out..
by regar on Feb 24, 2004 Vehicle: 1990 Dodge Daytona
I ordered this car new from the dealer
with every option available. The most
reliable car I have ever owned. I have
the 5-speed so there have been no
transmission problems. I ordered it
with the V6 so there was no turbo to
burn out. The engine performs well and
shows no sign of quitting.
Excellent "snow car" for our
Northeastern winters. Forget "initial
quality" assesments; this car was made