1994 Chevrolet Corsica V6 from North America
Chevy should be ashamed they produced this money pit on wheels
First a/c quit working.
Second defrost quit working.
Third leak started and water comes into cab of car from window area.
Fourth seal blew and burns a quart a week.
Fifth something is wrong with fuel or electrical system and car bucks and losses power.
Sixth steering column went out and couldnt turn key to start car.
Seventh just found out the head is probably cracked or seal is going.
I would just stay away from buying one of these cars all togther as they just cost a small fortune to keep running.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 20th February, 2005
21st Feb 2005, 05:52
I am sorry that you have had all the problems with your Corsica. I brought a 89 Corsica, new in 89, and put close to 180,000 miles on the car. The car served me very well.
I moved 3 times using the car to haul stuff, along with using the car to tow my utility trailer with around 1000 lbs on it. I towed quite a bit with this setup. I traveled in this car quite a bit.
The only downside is that after well over 125,000 miles, I did have to replace the water pump, and CV joint. When I did trade it in 2 years ago, there was the starting of rough running and cutting off at stoplights etcetera.
This was due to a MAP switch that had worn out. Other than that that was mentioned, the car served me well.