198m000 miles with no major repairs; what more do I need to say. I want a new car but how can you give up on the "humbler" (that's what we call it because it's a humbling experience to drive the "humbler").
by The car named Ned on Dec 9, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Ford Tempo
I am a high school student and this car
has always worked for me until about
150,000 miles...which is a lot. Now the
car seems to have expired or something.
One of the front ball joints needs
replaced and the rear strut mounts have
both broken in half....Hence the loud
banging noises. Yet "Ned" still gets me
where I am going. Now I am looking for
something a bit more reliable as I
start to travel more.
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