Overall I give my Corsica a 10 out of 10 for being an outstanding car
On my Corsica only had the somewhat minor problems. The following things I only replaced on my Corsica: Front brakes, a hose (that connects to the engine to the heater), the power steering hose, gaskets for the engine and transmission (that leaked oil and transmission fluid), Headlight bulb, and replaced the turning switch. Which total up to be in $350 in repairs, which isn't bad for a 145K Corsica.
When I first bought at $650 I think of not touching it because the paint was peeling off, but when I first drove it I'm like oh my car the engine is great and it was loaded with power locks and windows. The dealer said that the car did not have any A/C, but it did to turn my luck around. It had new tires, hub cabs, and a new muffler. My car is so economical than my mom's 1992 Aerostar and 2000 Windstar combined. So I really got a great bargain for it. For now I'm just saving up for a new paint job as well as buying new rims for my Corsica known as my, "Whitelighter". I would never sell my Corsica to anyone or to my family considering I really love my car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 21st July, 2003