A reliable ride
Not too many problems with this car other than general maintenance items. Front and rear brakes were replaced. Rear shocks were rotted out. Fuel pump and filter were replaced, but not needed. I owned two other Corsica's that needed fuel pumps at or around 125000 miles.
I owned two other Corsica's in the past. One was a 1988 and the other was a 1989 hatchback model.
Out of all the used cars I have owned, the Corsica was the most reliable. If general maintenance is performed, these cars are good for over 200,000 miles easily. One of my Corsicas had 343,000 miles on it until I rolled it over in an accident. Maintain it and will last! Most Corsica's had bad paint from the factory though.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 7th March, 2004