The first week I had the car, I took it in to get the brakes checked. It turns out they were totally shot, and I had to get new ones.
I went back into the shop shortly after I realized that the car sounded a little strange, and the mechanic checked it over. There were several problems with it.
The timing belt had over 150 cracks in it.
The radiator hose was almost completely wrecked.
The spark plugs were completely fried, the mechanic was surprised the car was running.
The oil had not been changed in a very long time.
There was a major leak in the brake fluid compartment.
As a teenage girl, this is my first car. The moment I saw it in the used car lot, I fell in love with it. I took it out for a test drive, and bought it the same day.
It is by far the most fun to drive out of all the cars I have driven.
The car itself is very eye-catching. All my friends love it, and ask to drive it, and I get second looks when I am driving.
Since those problems that I had in the first two weeks of owning the car had been fixed, the car has not had any more problems. I can rely on it.
This car has survived many cold start-ups early in the morning.
It's an incredibly safe and reliable car for a first car. I drive it every day and I love it, I can count on it to hold my snowboard, dog, groceries, friends, or whatever I need to stuff in it. This car is perfect.
13th Feb 2004, 06:45
Yeah, that's every man's dream alright, replacing a motor before 90K miles.