1992 Chevrolet Corsica from North America
Reliable, reliable, reliable! Excellent value for the money!
Not much apart from wearables, and minor things given the distance traveled.
An excellent purchase! My odometer today reads 270 000 km, and my 4 cylinder Corsica just won't stop! When you get to higher odometer readings, adding on kilometers becomes fun.
I have babied the car and it serves me well. I have kept it outside for the last three years and having done the rustproof once a year you'd be hard-pressed to find any trace of rust. The Corsica is reliable beyond expectations. I can't say enough good things about the reliability of this car. (My next purchase will be an Acura sport coupe, I know, again, I will not be disappointed.)
WHAT CEZAR SAYS: As a domestic vehicle the Corsica will be a good purchase for someone looking to buy a reliable car at a low price, provided it has been well taken care of. If over 200 000 k make sure to get high mileage oil like valvoline etc., it helps a lot.
PROS: Above average reliability, relatively quiet ride at 175 km/h.
CONS: Manual transmission not available, no cruise control on the 4 cylinder model.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 4th January, 2003
11th Jan 2005, 18:20
Back again on the same review: I am now at 320 000 km - the Corsica is still alive and kicking! If this Corsica bore the Silver Star logo of Mercedes, I would still be happy with the way it served me! Transmission and engine - flawless - and otherwise almost no rust. I can sell it happily as I moved on and purchased a new car, and now my girlfriend has trouble parting with it :) )
Awesome. I wish GM made all their models today as reliable as this little one!