The 1986 Chevy Sprint had minor weaknesses, but was a better economy car than anything offered since
Exhaust not durable as it should have been.
Brake caliper float bushings needed refinement.
Windshields cracked from heat inside - ice outside.
ER motor not as durable as standard motor.
Automatic transmission model not viable.
Susceptible to rust out of body and front clip frame.
Perfect ratios on 5 speed transmission.
40 mpg at 75+ mph with 5 speed (50 mpg at 55 mph)
Remarkable traction on packed snow/ice with OE Bridgestones.
Lots of cargo room with seat folded down.
Full sized spare tire.
Fuel filler on left where it should be in USA.
200,000 mile durability under easy driving, slightly less driven hard.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 1st July, 2008