by tigger2uall on Aug 10, 2012 Vehicle: 1995 Geo Metro
I bought this car in '95 new with 8 miles on it.
2012, still running strong.
Mind you, I have replaced the engine ($1,200, first engine went after 150,000 with normal maint.) and timing belt.
Other than normal things, I love my little purple Geo.
Easy to reach everything.
My first stick shift and best car I have ever owned.
Our oldest chil even learned how to drive in it!
It got her home WITHOUT a belt!
LOVE MY GEO!
Not the most comfortable car in the world the interior of the car is cheaply made which is very clear, over all for the price great car is good. Purchased the car when my wife and I got married in 1995 all we could afford at the time now we are selling it 10 years down the road with nearly 150,000 miles and not one single mechanical problem, regular oil changes and check ups has kept this car in top condition. Was never a big fan of the car but loved the gas mileage, I almost hate to see it go, it is being replaced with a 2005 Chevy Avalanche and the gas is certainly not the same.
by carolyn taylor on Mar 19, 2003 Vehicle: 1995 Geo Metro
The Geo Metro is a great car and has
provided me with great service for many
years. I haven't had any probelms with
it only the air conditionr switch when
i first bought it. I took it back to
the dealer at least 3 times before the
probems was corrected. About 2 years
ago I paid the delaerto fix it agin and
now the air is out again. About 2 1/2
months ago I took to the delaer to have
my front lights on the driver side
fixed. Switch was out completely, okthe
than those minor problems I like my car
Tired of driving a Burb to work at $15 a
day in gas, I bought a Metro. First time
I filled the tank when it was down to
1/4 full and it only took 6 gallons I
couldn't stop smiling! Surprising head
and leg room.
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