the transmission in my '94 probe se
failed at 80k, and cost 3k to fix it,
which is more than the value of the car.
other than normal maintanence i've
replaced the O2 sensors twice, the
entire exhaust system, and too many
engine parts to write the air
conditioning is the only thing in my
car that has been reliable. plus, i have
a clean driving record and the insurance
is expensive. it's an inexpensive
"sports car", however the repairs and
parts are super expensive. unless you
can do the work yourself, or have an
awesome mechanic, you'll be spending
lots of cash to keep the car on the road.
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