Cheap car becomes expensive over time
First, the alternator broke down and drained my battery (fixed for $200).
Then, fuel pump ($250), starter ($180), both of front wheel bearings ($140 each + labor), exhaust ($70), spark plugs and wires ($130), had to clean injectors ($60),... Pretty much it. Bought the car for $1000, spent over $1500 in repairs - and guess what, the engine ate 3-4 liters of oil in 2-3 weeks and started rumbling.
The worst car ever, very bad fuel economy, poor performance, and so on. Neither heater nor A/C worked well, the only good thing was the suspension. Funniest thing is the car drove perfect when I bought it, and spoiled in a matter of few months.
Will never ever buy an American car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 30th April, 2004