I really appreciate all your positive comments concerning this vehicle. I live here in Chicago and normally drive a '99 Suburban K2500 (454 big block.) Gas prices are through the roof and are only getting worse Anyway, I get 7 MPG with the truck so I decided to find a decent vehicle for commuting to and from work every day. I was almost ready to buy a motorcycle for gas saving purposes when on a whim I decided to check out the used car trade-ins at the local (3 blocks away) Chevy dealer. Well, there it was, an '87 Buick Skyhawk that the dealership decided not to wholesale out. They put it on the lot retailing it for $3995.The dealership wouldn't even sell it to 3 salesmen who wanted to buy and resell it for a profit on their own. It was on the lot for 2 days when I found it last Saturday April 2nd, 2005. It belonged to a little old church lady who passed away recently and the husband traded it and his old (model year???) car for a new Malibu. Well, this used Buick has only 24,450 certified miles on it (THAT'S RIGHT!!!) by these original owners (verified by Car-fax). I test drove it, looked it over with a fine-toothed comb, and bought it for $4500. I feel I will be enjoying this commuter car for at least the next 5 years thanks to your positive comments on the car I'm convinced. Although mine is not a turbo, I think it has more than enough gusto to get me through this Chicago traffic quickly. I'm a bit spoiled from my truck with Super-chip giving me 330 hp. I am very pleased and feel it was fate that I found this car. Thanks again. Bobby D.