I guess when most people decide to write a review they have had something go wrong. This car has run almost perfectly; only have had to put about $120 dollars into it in 4 years - for a 12 year old car thats pretty good.
Bought it brand new. Great buy for
the performance -- I wish they still
had made them. Great acceleration and
handling and a good sized car
Clutch wore out every 30-40000 miles
and I had a recurring problem with
heater core breaking. Added
performance breaking system which made
stooping as good as moving
Start making it again and put in a 6-
speed with a real clutch
we bought this car in 95 2 years old
and have had very few problems with it.
the car now has about 220000 miles on
it and is still going strong. very
comfortable, good handling, acceptable
power, only real problems have been the
ignition switch, which sometimes does
not switch off completely, causing the
battery to need a charge, and the a/c,
which recently failed, and costs alot
to fix due to the change in the type of
frion.the exterior styling could be
reliable, good handling, very
comfortable for long trips
I bought this car with only 38,500 miles
on it and it has (Knock on Wood) had no
major problem. The only thing I have had
to replace on it is the Mass Air Flow
Sensor ($60 at Auto Zone) and the Turn
Signal Switch. All in all it has been a
The exterior looks great. The Air
Conditioning works great.
Better Fuel Economy and make some of the
interior material more substantial.
we got this car in 2000 and have had a
hand full of problems ever since. we
have replaced the motor mounts, rear
struts, fule pump, air conditioning
unit rebuilt the transmission, replaced
the statrer three times and the car
over heats. This car has good power
and has great room on the inside. To
fords credit the paint is still in
great condition (this seems to be the
exception to the rule however. For the
amount of money we put into the car we
might as well have a new car payment.
roomy, cruise control still works.
try to build a car that runs more than
60,000 miles before it self distructs.