This car is from the Amityville Horror!
There were many problems with this car:
1. The battery had to be replaced twice.
2. The alternator had to be replaced.
3. The starter had to be replaced.
4. The driver's side door didn't close correctly sometimes, and I had to have my son hold it closed while we drove.
5. The car often stalled for no apparent reason--my mechanic couldn't figure it out.
6. The transmission started to grind in reverse before I gave the car away.
7. I had to replace the brake pads and rotors, and they needed to be replaced right before I gave the car away.
8. The keyhole on the trunk fell out for no apparent reason.
9. The hood wouldn't stay up correctly, or you would be afraid of getting your head slammed in the engine when you worked on it.
10. All of the emblems on the car fell off, and it started to rust within a year after I bought it.
11. The seat belts stopped retracting, and eventually, they just broke off.
12. On the way to a job interview, the car just died--in front of a junkyard--turns out it was the alternator--again!
This car was the worst vehicle I have ever owned. I think that the car wasn't taken care of properly before I bought it, so some of the problems may have to do with that.
It ate oil.
The gas mileage was very bad--like 15 mpg on the highway.
The interior was terrible--the dash was cracked all over and was coming apart by the time I got rid of it, and the seats had basically no covering left on them before I got rid of it. the carpeting was ripped everywhere, and the headliner fell off.
When I bought my '94 Dodge Shadow, the dealer said he couldn't give me any trade in value on the car because it was in such bad shape.
This car was probably a nice car in it's time, but was probably not taken care of properly, and just fell apart.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 20th February, 2004