Bought the car after highschool, owned
it for about a year and a half and had
virtually no problems. Only ones were
fuel filter, and carbon build up in the
intake caused stalling. Car was great
fun to drive, superb ride although soft
handling due to non-turbo suspension.
Car was very reliable, heater and A/C
took a while to come on but both worked
flawlessly. The V6 had great power, and
torque whenever you needed it in any
gear. All nessesary features were easily
accessable to the driver. Front seats
held two adults comfortably, however
rear seats seemed they were added merely
to lower insurance costs. Even without
ABS option the brakes performed
Very well designed, reliable and a
true joy to drive. The cockpit is laid
out so that it is easy to monitor the
pulse of the car while yours is
rapidly on the rise. This is my second
Stealth, at 97k miles has, with the
exception of an alternator being
replaced tomorrow, had no mechanical
problems. These cars are great values
and a ton of fun to drive. Nothing in
this price range can compare in
performance. The new Nissan 350Z
horsepower and performance pales in
comparison. This car is a true driving
pleasure and rare breed.
The combination of twin turbos and AWD
allows for superb acceleration.
Place the six CD changer within reach
of the driver, otherwise, it's all
If you're looking for a fun car, this
is it! Easy to drive, lots of extras,
and a great deal pricewise thanks to
the SUV revolution. It's reasonable to
find one for under $10K...pretty good
for a car that was valued at around
$40K when new just nine short years
ago. An all around great sports car
with styling that leaves Corvettes of
that age wanting. Low, wide profile
with big Z-rateds round off this future
AWD and 4WS add great handling
characteristics to this powerhouse.
Also, the Electronic Controlled
Suspension lets you adjust the ride
based on how you like to drive.
Leave it alone, no improvements
necessary unless you have suicidal
This car has been a reliable, solid
performer. People always think its
newer than it is, thanks to its
sensational styling. If they ask, I
tell them about its outstanding comfort,
excellent build quality, mechanical
toughness and relatively good fuel
efficiency. Bought new, at over 100,000
miles it has proven to be a great ride
and a great buy too.
Styling. Handling. Comfort. Quality.
Fuel efficiency. Reliability. Price.
This has been a solid car since it was
new. It's fun to drive, looks good,
and built well. It's got 84,000. Yes,
I paid dearly for the timing belt and
new tires...but it's better than a new
car payment. The driver's leather seat
needs repaired; the leather has torn
As fast as it looks and fun to drive.
No need for the back seats unless it
really helps for insurance purposes or
you've a really small behind.