1988 FSO 125p MR 1.5
Cheap lovely scrap :)
The body has become rusty.
The chassis has become rusty.
The rear bridge has gone into pieces.
The cooler has started leaking.
Oil leakage from engine and gear-box.
Rear, left brake has broken down.
The small hole has appeared in the float in the carburettor.
The lock in driver's door has broken.
But generally I love that lovely car. I call it "CUDO", which in polish means "The Wonder".
It is equipped with a gas installation, so I can save money on a fuel.
It's quite comfortable - large seats, wide "sofa" at back - good for a "student's life".
Some problems occurs in the winter - with the engine off, it is getting cold inside very quickly.
Driving is a real pleasure - it's quite big car, with a rear drive - very good for driving on a tarmac, but parking in a city with that size can be a little problematic.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 4th October, 2003
This is the first time I've ever heard one of these cars described as being "quite big". I live in England by the way, not North America. Even by British standards the FSO 125p is a compact car.
You would agree that FSO 125p is quite big if you had 126p, the most popular car in Poland, in italy called Fiat Bambino.