1990 Chevrolet Lumina Euro Sport 3.1 from North America
I love my baby, but she has to be well maintained
Well if your reading this review it's gonna be just like the others when it comes to things that went wrong.
1.) Main brake controller or something (got fixed before I had car so not sure what it was that broke) at around 160,000km, cost about 800 bucks.
2.) Put front engine mounts on car at advice of GM dealer, cost almost 300 bucks.
3.) Replaced head gasket with help of uncle, hasn't leaked or burned any oil at all.
4.) Replaced front brakes cost about $150 bucks.
5.) Replaced rear breaks calipers (lifetime warranty) 250 bucks I think.
6.) Put muffler on at 170,000km with lifetime warranty (good idea cause warranty has replaced it 4 times) 180 bucks.
7.) High Power Alternator at 190,000km. 180 bucks.
8.) Engine mount bolt mounts went cost 180 bucks waiting recall repayment. at 220,000km.
9.) Crank shaft sensor just about 500 bucks at GM dealer. had to removed block heater to get at it.
If someone knows were I can find out about recalls on that can you email me at email@example.com.
I love my Car great mileage with K&N filter. lotsa power on the highway, great winter car.
Regular upkeep is a must if it wasn't kept in good condition. Like mine wasn't so I have had to put a lot of work to it.
Air conditioning doesn't work so well, needs to be recharged and air compressor replaced.
Put 3000 dollar stereo in it, it sounds sweet car is totaly custom.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 17th March, 2003