The car's ABS light came on while driving and the ABS activated during most stops. A simple and very quick cleaning of the sensors solved this problem, which has not recurred. I bet a lot of people pay for sensor replacement if taken to the shop. But 9 times out of 10 I bet it is just these sensors getting dirty.
Also put had a new Cat, muffler, and oxygen sensor put on for $150.
I picked up this car for $3000 from a car lot. I must say this is a lot of car for that kind of money. Being that the exterior and interior are perfect I would have no problems paying for a new engine if I had too. ABS and a Driver's Air Bag are standard on these cars from '92 up. So you take those items, a great looking car that includes ground effects, tail spoiler, and matching painted 16 inch wheels. (All standard on GTZ). A great looking interior complete with racing seats, power windows, locks, cruise, AC, sunroof, split folding rear seats... (most of these are standard on GTZ). And under the hood you get a Brute of a 4 cylinder engine. The Quad 4 motor doesn't seem to match the car well, being that the interior and exterior look so civilized. The Quad 4 is great for normal city driving, but get on it and it creates quite a racaous. But you are rewarded with generous pull well past 6000 rpms. Also, use premium fuel and high performance spark plugs and expect to get 30+ MPG. The V6 GTZ is much more somber in its delivery. It is very capable, but there are of course trade offs. The v6 is not available with a 5-speed, which is a big negative for anyone looking for a performance oriented ride. Also the V6 has considerably lower fuel economy numbers. Last thing I will mention is the suspension. Which is quite stiff. It should please anyone looking for some performance in the corners. It has no problems holding the road.
In conclusion, I feel this is a great car for a younger person because it excels in styling, performance, and safety.