I bought this little car and even though it is over 11 years old it is running great. I only needed it to go about town in, and as I only work 2 miles from home, it is perfect. I do occasionally take for longer highway trips and it does great there too. I love this reliable, tiny car. I live up a really steep, windy driveway and it does well on the sharp curves. It gets excellent gas mileage, friends have even commented on how rarely I need gas. I plan to take care of it and hope it lasts many years to come.
Great gas mileage Tiny and fits in tight parking places
We bought this car with 60,000 miles on it in 1998. We have had this car for 10 years and only put a water pump into it and of course brakes and normal maintenance. The car now has 168000 miles and now has died on us. We are very upset. The engine locked up on it. But honestly ,we paid $9000 for it ,which was too much at the time but we needed a car and this is all we could get with our credit at the time. I would recomend this car to anyone.
Excellent on gas. 30 mpg city and 35 to 38 on highway
Interior door handles fall off all the time and gets dents easily
I've owned this rig for about a year
and haven't had any problems. I get
good gas milage (27) and seems to have
good pick up. The only problem I have
is that the interior components are
very crappy. The carpet has holes all
over the place and pulls out from the
frame very easily. It handles well and
I haven't had a single problem with the
engine. It is a bit narrow and doesn't
fit 3 people in the back very well. The
front seats are kinda cheap (I can feel
the metal springs and I only weigh
160lbs). A fun cheap little car.
Fast off the line and has good stiff
suspension so you don't bottom out all
the time when carrying people in the
A bit more interior room, better seats,
better quality carpet etc.
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