i haven't had my x90 for long, but its been great. 140k on the engine, and its still running like new. ive also driven it in harsh toronto end-of-the- winter snow and slush, and it drove excellent. ive customized it a lot, which is easy because of its basic design. i have a friend that does car interiors, and hes designed everything for me and given me great discounts, because its hard to find aftermarket parts for these cars. i like how small and unique it is, and all my girlfriends love the car in general. theres also a lot of storage space in the trunk for such a small vehicle. the amount of horsepower it has, 95, is no big deal because of how small the car is. it still has good pick-up.
the t-tops, compact, fun to drive, girls love it, easy to customize, different than any other vehicle
i dont really like the colors used on the seats and the inside or the doors, but i put in new sparco seats, and had the door part torn out and re- upholstered. not a big deal.
In the start it has a bland power but
with a breather you can buy for 10
bucks and an air intake with
performance exhaust. The acceleration
is wonderful and it handles wonderful.
All for under $5000 to do it all the
only other thing I could even think to
do is put on some better wheels just
for kicks or a turbo.
I love having the 4 wheel drive for a
the mud running
Performance exhaust, turbo charger or
air intake, and a breather Maybe better
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