whew.. this car just never stops.
repair bills after repair bills. i have
75000 miles and had to replace
alternator 4 times, not to mention fuel
pump, brakes...And WOW WHAT TERRIBLE
GAS MILEAGE! i do everything i can to
keep the gas mileage down, yet i still
average 15mpg. my best advice for you
would be to buy a ford, and get your
moneys worth, minus the repair bills.
I bought this Euro off the original owner, 99,000 miles, 3.1 motor which I like better cause the 3.4 needs too much maintence. They are more powerful, but the cost is too high. This Euro gets 20 miles per gallon no matter how I drive it. Very clean, easy to get in and out of. They are nice cars.
I bought the car in 07/02 with 104,000
miles. It's a very roomy car. I get
about 23 mpg. The air conditioner and
heat are awful, not much blowing
power. The brakes could be better,
hard to stop the car quick. But what
more can I expect for a used car.
Bought this car in '98 and it's been one of the best things I ever did. I don't know if I just got lucky with it or what, but it's been great. Early problem with alternators, 3 in 2 years. Since then, just keeps going and going. 240,000 on it now. Starting to show some wear this past year. Struts, water pump, rotors had to be replaced. Starting to have other problems show up too, leaking oil, transmission fluid and water. My fault though, I think, I have not really taken very good care of the car. Never changed trans fluid, plugs, oil about every 7500 and never changed coolant, still, it just keeps going! My gas mileage is great for a car this size too,28 mpg. Love another this good!
Mine died at around 75K miles. The transmission slipped, the heads warpped, and boom, the whole thing froze. All in all, it was a basic car, nothing ever troubled me except the brakes, which were entirely replaced 4 times. The rotor design was so poor that I managed to break the rotor from the spindle and that is very rare.