Beat a 1995 3.1 liter Grand Prix to
racing once. ;-) Powerful engine for
the time. Clutch has extremely long
travel. Shifter often reluctant to
shift into first and reverse. Great
handling for an economy car, and
incredible in bad weather. I honestly
did not know what sliding and
hydroplaning were until i got rid of
this car. Unreliable though. Choke
would stick (i had an 87) in cold
weather, alternator failed at 70K,
brakes locked up permanently, exhaust
system often problematic. Good economy,
Power and torque, light weight,
economy, bad weather ability
Its a fun car to drive and it gets
great gas mileage. I love to drive my
horion i will just go get a full tank
of gas and just see just how far i
could drive and country roads are
great. I live in Indiana and it does
great in the snow as well. I have to go
now im at work and i have allot to do
so have fun driving.
Its small and i can put it just about
anywhere i wand to in a parking garage.
Cupholders would be nice i need like
thre or four of them.
This '90 model has 142000 miles on it
and still runs great. I have replaced
a number of valve cover gaskets, the
head gasket, engine and transmission
bearings and seals, A/C compressor,
half shaft, radio, radiator, headliner,
and probably a few other things. But I
like the way it drives. Good handling
and response. Doesn't burn oil.
This is my 3rd. Horizon. We had a 84 that got totaled when some idiot ran a stop sign. (60,000 miles) I bought a new 90 to replace it and put over 100,000 miles on that one. Both of those were manual shift. I bought this latest 90 on ebay for a song. It is a 1 owner with 34,000 miles. Auto, silver paint, grey interior. The car runs like a champ. Great mileage, they really do handle nice in the snow. I'll run this till it drops. Fun cars. I have had this one for 1 yr. and put 6000 miles on it with minimal problems.
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