I bought this car new in 1993 and it
cost around $11,500. Tell me where
you can get a new car today for that
kind of money that has 170 lb. ft. of
torque availible as soon as you put
your foot on the gas. It handled
pretty well also. The hatch back
great, even though it doesn't look like
a hatch, and the rear seats folded
down. The brakes could be a lot better
to match the engines performance.
When things did go wrong, they were
minor and inexpensive. After 8 years
of owning it I bought a new car, but I
would do it over again if I could.
Great power, hatchback is so
Needs better brakes, take it easy on
the auto tranny by not breaking the
front tires loose.
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