I had the manual trans SE V6, and yes I
put over 250k miles on this machine,
until it crapped out on me! Good
styling for a '92. I loved impressing
my friends with how fast this thing
could accelerate. Also i got a top
speed of 135! (On an enclosed racetrack
of course...) I've seen quite a few of
these cars suped up, and I can only
imagine how fast they were.
Wow where do I start: RELIABILITY, V6,
tall shifter, RWD, SPEED, moonroof,
styling, stock rims, spoiler, seats w/
lumbar, comfort, roomy, power windows
and locks, trunk space, backseat
armrest, change holder thingy.
A couple: cup holders don't do much,
center console is pathetically small.
I bought my 1992 SE from a Private
party in Houston, Texas. It is White
on Gray with 5 Spd Manual. I have put
approximately 30K Mi. on this car and
it runs just like a Jewel. When I
drove it from Houston to Los Angeles
it can keep up with the flow of
traffic @ 85 MPH with no hesitation. I
would recommed this car to anybody in
the market for a reliable used car.
Acceleration, Fuel Economy, easy to
Maintain, Reliability and resale value.
I purchased the car new in 1992.. The
car has been a joy to own and drive.
Car currently has 160k on it and it
still running the original clutch.
At 100k I had both VTC sprokets
replaced (1500).. That was the most
expensive problem to date. Then after
152k miles the klacking started again.
I shunted the VTC solenoids, and the
car runs as smooth as ever (without the
valve timing though). The alternator
finally went out this year (2003)..
Overall, I recommend this car for
someone that wants a nice sedan that is
durable versatile and reliable.. I
can't bring myself to sell it..
Power, fun to drive, reliability..
Cup holders are a joke, VTC sprokets
should be a recall..