I purchased the car with 90K and it now
has over 140K. No major problems to
report thus far. The engine has several
small oil leaks, which is normal for
aging cars. The transmission is showing
signs of wear on initial start up, no
big deal. I've replaced the CV boots,
front brakes, tires, shocks, muffler,
antenna, engine mounts, tie rod ends,
and performed all scheduled maintenance.
The engine and transmission perform
well, and the suspension and steering
are sold. It's a very well built car
that requires a relatively small amount
of maintenace and age related componet
This car is very easy to work on, and is
great for the home mechanic.
The car performs better with 195/60-15
tires than the standard 205/60-15. The
change in section width and height
improves steering response and improves
acceleration, with no noticeable loss in
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