I bought this car in 1996 and only had to replace the water pump at 80,000 miles. Other things needed work but were accidents like road debris, etc. When the car reached 103,000 miles, it was still running strong with no problems other than wear and tear parts like brakes and the clutch. But, I tore it down and now it still looks the same, but makes BIG power.
Body design, interior design, structural integrity and the color.
The trunk opening needs to be opened up more. The trunk is small, but not that small. But since the opening is so small, you can't get much in it. Oh, and the heater core location is terrible.
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