I LOVE my 1993 Amigo. Bought it new,
was/is my first car. Still have it and
Only normal maintnance done on it.
Replaced a few soft tops and batteries
that the AZ heat damages quickly.
Minimal leakage from top. Wish it had a
bigger engine than the wimpy 4cyl,
hills defintiely a struggle. There is a
simple technique to get into the back
seat, as long as you aren't an old
stiff or have a wide bottom end - stand
up in a bent over position and step
up/jump out. :)
Will be very sad to see it go whenever
most of all spacious interior (front
and back), over all appearance,
This car has been very good to me for
the short 3yrs. I've owned it. It has
stayed true to always getting me from
ptA to ptB - it can be counted on!
Large tires definitely improve the
Obviously, the convertible aspect, the
easy access spare tire, sunroof, and
deceivingly spacious interior - the
fact that the car looks sweet after a
wash and wax.
Car definitely struggles up hills -
needs more power. The soft top
definitely feels its age - leaks and
other seam problems.
The Amigo has always performed well.
Major problems experienced have been
with the exhaust system and e-brake,
however the car is 10yrs old. It still
looks sweet after a wash and wax and
the top comes off for the summer.