by ssco00 on Oct 8, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Probe GT 2dr Hatchback
I bought this new in Ohio and broke it in with a trip to Colorado a week later. Once I found the proper seat setting, it is completely comfortable for 600+ mile days. Ride is harsh, but seats fine. Great trunk space, takes intersections like a slot car. It really likes to play on mountain roads. 10,000 feet altitude is no problem. Have had CV joints, front struts, engine mounts, part of exhaust system and distributor replaced. I replaced gas springs on hatch twice, the headlights recently, and the power antenna needs replaced. Not bad for 16 years.
by Anthony on Apr 30, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Probe GT 2dr Hatchback
I bought this car in November of '08 with 180,000 miles on it. Guy just didn't want it anymore and was only asking $1000 cash. I'm now at 190,500 miles and I've just replaced the original transmission. I could tell she was used as a racer, but I thought with a little TLC, I could get her back to being a decent car for all the work she had to have done to her. I've put in a new distributor, ignition control module, cap, rotor, egr sensor, egr valve, fuel filter, fuel pump, bosch wires and bosch iridium plugs in her. She runs like a champ and I don't foresee any major work anytime in the near future. I'll turn 200,000 miles no problem.
by Bobby Holden on Jan 27, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Probe GT 2dr Hatchback
I've had my Probe GT since 2000 now and it's just as reliable as the 89 probe LX I had in the 90's. They always started for me as long as the battery was worth a darn. They don't require any more maintence than any other modern car with O2 sensors and fuel injection. They actually are way less complicated than cars made after 2000 that have crap like O2 sensors built into the catalatic converter and other mergers of components that make repair more expensive and upgrades impossable. The avalible upgrades are endless, from Lambo doors to head- light conversions the only limitation is your wallet. Horsepower is easily beefed up. Most cars wish they had upgrades like this avalible. A++ always!
by th on Jul 15, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Probe GT 2dr Hatchback
Haven't had this car too long but my friend/cousin had it a while before that and it never seemed to have any major problems. Great pickup speed. Try to put premium in it for better performance but runs great either way. Just being a 94 Probe, it still grabs the attention of many passers-by. I'm not sure about everyone else, but mine sort of makes a rattling noise in the exhaust around 2500 rpm. No leaks, and sounds the same even after replacing the flexpipe.
by all for it ! on Oct 11, 2007 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Probe GT 2dr Hatchback
I bought my GT almost 2 years ago. Been in love ever since. Was a daily driver till just recently, now Iím putting some time and money into the improvement of it. It's got a real good base for performance. And if youíve got the time and money they can be super fast. So far with just the basics headers, exhaust, cold air intake, pcm Iím around 200hp! There is just something about getting behind the wheel of this car.
by PrbAdctn on Jun 28, 2007 Vehicle: 1994 Ford Probe GT 2dr Hatchback
One of the best cars Iíve ever had. Definitely a fun tuner. Currently running about 320hp with the KLZE engine, twin turbo with 2.5 intercooler, polished headers and a Borla dual exhaust system (and thatís the big parts). Not very roomy under the hood but relocating a few things makes up just fine. Great car to have and my gas mileage is still decent (about 23mpg). Havenít found any problems yet and you wonít as long as you know how to take care of it. Interior is nice. Iím 6'2 and Iím never uncomfortable. Highly suggest this car if you come across one thatís still in good shape. Very fun to drive
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