Bought it @ 21k mi its at 50k mi now all i've done to it is was general maintenece and the ball joint recall it is ridding fine. It aint a Honda or a Toyota but it is a suitatble substitute if you practice general maintenence.... I wouldn't trust the newer versions based on their extensive recalls on the 1999's and 2000's apperenlty MITSU has cleaned up all of the mistakes in the 2002 model. But I dunno...
Purch. New has been a good car, some repairs belt adjusters, 3 sets of brakes & rotors 3 sets of tires other reg stuff plugs, wires, 2 value cover gaskets, org muffler till on 128,000 runs like new no problems with ac etc
I bought it in Minnesota, loved it
because it kept me warm, love it in AZ
because it keeps me cool even in 100+
weather. I have spent minimum amount
of monies on repairs/maintenance. Hope
she last me another 30 years or more.
I purchased 97 ES model from original
owner with all records two years ago.
Up to know,only change tires and oil
change regularly. With almost 30-40%
less money to get some 97 model of
Camry or Accord. I would have only got
94 Honda CIVIC. Car is roomy &
powerful comfortable,fancy woodgrain
It's very worthy used car if you can
get from original owner who took good
Didn't really want to buy a "foreign" car, but it's been the best decision I have made in a long time. Just regular maintenance, no irritating repairs. It is so dependable. Love the zip of the engine, love the heat in Minnesota and the cool in Arizona. Do they still make good cars like that? Yes, it does have a lot of plastic on the inside, but I did buy a "cheap" car not a Mercedes. I got my money's worth and more.