I have owned the car for a while now and it has been great to me. when you have a light foot, you can get 25 mpg in the city and over 35 mpg on the highway. the 2.5 is a great little motor. only have a 3 speed auto. ac still works and blows 50 degree air into the car. it also has a great ride to it. it irons out a lot of the bumps on the road. i am 6 foot 1 and i can fit any where and be comfortable, even with the front seats as far back as possible and sitting in the back. the big trunk in it is also great to have because i always carry around my tools and i still have a lot of space to fit a kart full of groceries in it at the same time.
ac, radio, ride, don't need to touch the gas pedal to do 25 mph.
I too purchased this car new. Back in
1990 there wasn't much to choose from
for that price with a 6 cylinder.
It was well taken care of & garaged but
had too many problems.
The engine was pulled to replace a
freeze plug, transmission was
weak from day one, ignition
tumbler broke (had to be towed)
the battery imploded (towed again),
head gasket went, high beams failed,
radio worked intermittently, heater
stop working, finally the main seal and
cam seal went at the same time. The
body is still perfect and it has the
original exhaust system. This car has
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