I did not like this body design until I drove one. I have owned a 81 and 88 T/C's and it has been a real surprise to me that it is now extinct. My car performs exceedingly well and the controls are easy to reach. The ride is surprisingly smooth. Two of my relatives after riding in it went out and got their own. I would buy another one in a heartbeat! Mine has the dual exhaust and the extra power is really felt when I lean on it.
The automatic climate control and the sound system.
Bought this from a retired lady (son's mother-in-law), had low mileage. Ran great, rode great, until air suspension went on fritz, now bottoms and rides rough; speed control quit; sensors say w/w fluid always low, even when full; plastic intake manifold split (now find this is very common!), dumping coolant, required tow to repair shop.
Luxurious feel to car. All controls acessible to driver, master locks and controls in door, etc. A/C cools down quickly.
No plastic parts in pressurized coolant system ever! Better sensor indicator reliability.
Have replaced theengine at 105,000
with salvage yard motor with 70,00
miles on it. Current odometer reading
145,000. very small hail damage
spots.Car is in excellent
condition.Load leveler bags
replaced,left door window mechanism
replaced, all new shocks,ties-.006
each-Michelin.Heater gate valve
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