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1992 Geo Storm - Consumer Reviews

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GSi 2dr Hatchback (1.8L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual)

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92 Geo Storm GSI 1.8 4 speed automatic
By puppydog4 on 03/19/12 09:31 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1992 Geo Storm GSi 2dr Hatchback


Review

Just bought this car. only problem is cannot find an egr valve for it. Other wise it runs real good and is fun to drive. If any one knows of someone who has this valvee contact me. Had a 93 geo storm 1.2 liter sold it and regreated it as it was a real screamer. This 92 is a screamer also but automatic. Will consider selling it if you are intersted. Or maby some one in Europe may have this part.
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great car!
By pacificnw on 08/17/03 00:00 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1992 Geo Storm GSi 2dr Hatchback


Review

We bought this car from the original owner 5 years ago with 50,000 miles on it. We have done regular oil changes, replaced front brake pads, and had the belt replaced. It now has 103,000 on it and runs like new. Very quick little car. Extremely reliable. Gets 35 mpg. What more can I say? The back seat is only useful for small children. Also, alot of road noise (forget about having a conversation with anyone in the rear seat!). Otherwise, it has been an excellent car!
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Steller Car!
By Lakeshow on 06/04/03 00:00 AM (PDT)

Vehicle

1992 Geo Storm GSi 2dr Hatchback


Review

Geo Storms are great, underrated cars. The '92-'93 Storms have nearly identical engines to Acura Integra GS models up to 2001, as they have the same horsepower. The handling is better in the Storm, and the acceleration is impressive. More horsepower than a BMW 318ti from the mid 90's. Highly reliable car; worst enemy is a bad mechanic. Driven this car ~60,000 miles in 21 months, and only had to replace the ECU for $150 (dealer), front brake pads, and the main charging wire to the alternator (due more to my overpowered stereo). Total cost: $200 in maintenance. Spoke to first owners of the car, who changed only oil and spark plugs.
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