I've been so pleased with this car...
just keeps taking me everywhere I need
to go. Through Mich. ice/snow -- past
SUVs that slid off the road. At
140,000 she's starting to rust through
along the edges & I needed to replace
the head gasket then rebuild the engine
1X, but for the original price of
$8,600 plus ~$2200 for the above
mentioned repairs, I've had wonderful
transportation for over 13 years and
incredible mileage. First car --
bought when I came home from the Peace
Corps with my "re-adjustment money" and
I'm taking her to the end -- hope she
lasts til 200,000. By then, I hope
there'll be a selection of affordable
USA made hybrids!
Comfortable, yet fits in any parking
spot. Handles well and can handle
snow/ice very well. Wonderful
That inadequate head gasket. Wonderful
in every other way.
I just bought a 1991 Sundance. The
transmission crapped out. If I were to
buy a used car over again I would make
sure that a mechanic check it out. I
don't think that Chrysler/Plymouth
makes transmissions that last this
long. I did buy this car from a guy
that didn't understand the concept of
getting an oil change or maintenance.
Overall I would have to say, stay away
from high mileage non-maintened
Sundance. I'm actually in the process
of getting rid of it. (I've owned it
for 7 days).
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