by pylon_johnson on Dec 18, 2013 Vehicle: 1990 Dodge Shadow
I received what I thought was a cream puff...in 2003, I was given my grandmother's 1990 Dodge Shadow with only 27,000 miles on it to use as a second vehicle.
Overall, it was pretty average and dull, though I will say it did get around very well in the snow.
I had owned a 1991 Escort a few years ealier, and to compare the Shadow to the Escort, which were competing vehicles, the Escort blew it away.
On the surface, the Shadow seemed better, with more horsepower, larger wheels, and more options, but where the Escort was peppy and fun to drive and great on gas, the Shadow was like driving a lawn mower, and was not very good on gas for a 4-cylinder with 93 hp.
by Quickag54 on Aug 4, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Dodge Shadow
I'm the original owner of an '89 Shadow
4 door 2.5L non turbo. Let's face it,
this car has been about as much fun to
drive as a shopping cart. But fun is
sometimes secondary to what a car
should be about. Unlike other Chrysler
made vehicles that I have owned, the
Shadow has been an icon of reliability
and stallworh dependabilty...under all
types of conditions.
by Sean V on May 31, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Dodge Shadow
I bought this car for $1000 canadian,
it was in very good condition, all i
had to do was some exhaust work.
Since has been working very well. I
was very surprised by the amount of
horsepower (150) out of the 2.5 litre,
4 cylinder engine... especially the
fact that it is now 12 years old, and
has 197000k's. At least my first car
was a decent one.
by JTLevy on Apr 12, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Dodge Shadow
I have had this car for twelve years,
since i bought it new. For the last
several years it has been at my weekend
home and is used only for local
driving. Despite long periods of
idlness, the car starts up and drives
without trouble, maintenance is low. It
is dependable transportation, and fun
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