1993 Chevrolet Lumina Euro 3.1 MPFI V6 from North America
Not bad for the money
At about 76000 Miles my Lumina developed a strange stalling problem. this turned out to be a failing Engine Control Module, which was replaced for $80.
The turn signals quit at about 80000 Miles and the turn signal switch was replaced for $100.
The rear brakes locked up at about 85000 Miles and the rear Brake Pads and rotors had to be replaced for $600.
The Drivers side key cylinder froze up, and the car must be unlocked from the passenger's side. this has not been fixed yet.
I have been very impressed with this car seeing as I paid $3200 for it.
I like how roomy this car is inside.
This car has been very reliable.
This car handles well and accelerates decently.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 1st January, 2005