The 1995 Ford Probe is a very reliable
vehicle. Other than the regular
maintainence, we've had to invest very
little additional money to keep it
running well. The only problem with
the vehicle is that it seems to wear
through tires quicker than most other
From the moment you drive off the lot,
the car decreases in value. True.
This thing was worth about as much as
a sixteenth of a gallon of gas once I
drove onto the highway and the
transmission started clunking. Since,
parts have been falling out and
breaking, and the car smells like dead
fish in late August. It looks like an
80's box-mobile too. Please, no
matter how little cash you have, do
not get a Probe
The "removable" transmission and brake
pads. If they come out with the car
again though, they should let you be
able to choose when these come out...
Use bolts to hold car together. Hey,
I could have just gotten a lemon but
it was enough to scare me away.
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