I like the car over all, it will get me where I need to go, but the acceleration and top speed are pretty bad. I have to do alot of work to mine, iv had to replace the brakes twice, the brakes aren't very good. Its peppy, but not a performance car in any way. The problems I have with the car are all small. Only big problem I've had was with the headlights. The previous owner ran wires directly from the headlight wire to something else(haven't followed wire) and the fuse would blow when headlights were turned on, I disconnected the wires and problem was gone. The safety issue was plastic burning when headlights were on, possible fire in steering wheel... wouldn't have been good. happy w/ car overall
handbreak, tire carrier on back, front seats lean back flush with back seats and form couch/bed, basic tires are only $50, can do almost anything with the car that doesn't involve going fast, tons of trunk space, and back seats fold forward into themselves and trunk size is from hatch to front seats!
make it easier to repair/upgrade/replace parts, cupholders located somewhere besides in the arm rest, make it cheaper to buy parts for, stronger build and a turbo, small lift (2inch i think looks good), brush guard (I haven't been able to find one, am going to have to build it), winch, exaust/engine
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