I bought my Amigo from my sister before she went to Iraq thinking this would be a short lived vehicle that I would junk after about a year. It had been raised and had a few dings on it when I got it and I didn't think it looked all that promising, but I needed something to get me by after my last car died at 300,000 miles. I love it. It has been the best vehicle that I have ever owned and I have never had to do any major work on it. It also is easy for a short person to drive and getting out of muddy ditches and hauling performance equipment in the back is easy to do.
Being able to take the back off and beach appeal.
Visibility on the rear corners and getting into the back seat...but who wants to haul passengers anyways. Great area for a dog though.
I bought this car when I was a junior
in high school. I was most impressed
with the looks and I wanted to show off
my 4x4 vehicle to my friends. I made a
big mistake buying this car. If you are
thinking of buying this model car, I
would suggest that you not buy it.
Plenty of legroom
It's a pain in the butt to get into the
back seat. The gas mileage is HORRIBLE
in this car. It squeaks and rattles
with every little move you make. The
car is cheaply designed, and very
expensive to repair.