A very stylish car with a great ride. A
very spacious interior - great for big
people. Parts cost about twice as much
as for a domestic car - brutal. For
example, new exhaust and catalytic
converter $850 US. At 100K miles, the
front shocks are going, the
transmission takes a while to get into
reverse and 2 air sensors have been
recently replaced. Handles very well in
snow for a RW drive.
I'd keep this car if I could afford the
repair and maintenance costs.
Climate control. The luxury looks and
ride. Nice even acceleration 0-60 in
about 6 or 7 seconds (just my own
timing). Passenger airbag, ABS and CD
player fairly unique in a 1992 model.
Tiny trunk. The only glove compartment
space is between the front seats
(nothing in the doors or dash). Did I
mention the $$$ repairs.
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