The looks sold me right away on the
car and I figured being the little
brother of the Iroc R/T, this bird
should fly... NOT. The seats don't
support the upper back and visibility
for shoulder checking is almost nil.
Use stick-on convex mirrors. Dodge
holds up to it's name in rust,
although all the flairing holds in
alot of junk. Since some bad
experiences on icy highways with
almost new tires, this Iroc is getting
replaced with the same year Z-24. Just
goes to show, looks aren't everything.
Short rear, long front. Avenger
looking front facia, great leg and
head room, and cockpit style
instrument panel. Rear wheel wells not
lowered more than the fender wells
(like most cars: grrrr.) Great
flairing package and easy to do tune-
ups and oil changes.
Since Daytona's are no longer in
production since the fat ass
Avenger... What is there to say?
Oh, did I mention their noisy
I bought this car with 90,000 miles and
in one year put on 24,000 of the most
fun-to-drive miles I've had. Anytime
my friends need to go anywhere I'm the
first to offer a ride, and mountain
roads in colorado are a blast! Looks
that aren't cookie-cutter help a TON
too. Turns many heads.
Handling handling handling. Slightly
wider tires help this a bunch. Styling
looks great for a car 10 years old too!
More power out of the V6 woulda been
nice, not as fast as most of the little
compacts out there, but will turn many
I purchased this car used in 1994. Through it's 140,000 miles, the car has never let me down. I've done nothing but routine maintenance. She still turns heads whether at a car show or spooling the turbo down the track.
The 2.5L Turbo motor has torque to spare. The little 4-cyl. puts most V-8s to shame, while it outruns them and gets 32mpg. The wide stance provides tight handling.
My only complaint with this car is the torque steer. It has so much torque, it really pulls on the steering wheel.