1990 Chevrolet Corsica LTZ 3.1L V6 from North America
An American car that I can admit that I like to drive
Shocks were bad all around. Replaced front shocks myself Auto-zone $120.
Vacuum lines popped off or corroded. Replaced myself.
Alternator went bad. Replaced myself $67 Autozone.
Replaced accessory belt myself $25 Autozone.
Power door lock on driver door broke.
Read left door panel pealing at top.
Paint on hood beginning to come off. Bad manufacturing paint job.
Car has good performance.
Front brakes not great, but work.
Handling is good, but not a sports car.
Seats are comfortable.
Easy viewing of gauges.
No cup holder.
Paid $800 for a car with only 36,000 miles.
Owned by a little old lady from Granada Hills, Ca.
I'm the second owner.
Great family car, if I had a family.
Average about 280 miles/16 gallons of gas using Air conditioner constantly.
Air conditioner is very cold. High switch doesn't work, but still gets very cold.
Lots of head & leg room. Trunk is big. Rear seats fold down.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 6th May, 2007