1993 Dodge Daytona IROC 3.0 V6 from North America
Reliable and fast for the money
Electrical problems with dash (lights & gauges) within 1 year.
Driver door too heavy for frame; sags over time until door can't be opened without bending front quarter panel.
Very fast and nimble for the money. I beat a Mustang GT and a 300ZX in this stock/unmodified car.
Most comfortable car I've ever owned (I've owned 30+ cars). Driver seat superior for long distance driving. Plenty of room for tall person or long legs.
Doors with electric locks and windows are too heavy for the frame. They eventually sag and rub against front quarter panel (driver-side only on my car). Had this fixed twice since purchased new in 1993.
When you first drive it, you feel like you're driving in a pit with greater-than-average blind spots, but drive it a week and you won't feel that way any more.
Highly reliable in HOT Texas heat and COLD Colorado snows. Never a problem getting her started, and she handles great in snow and rain.
I've had a lot of trouble finding original parts when needed, not to mention mechanics who know what they're doing on this model.
Paint on hood started to bubble off the primer at about 7 years of age. Still have original paint job with no rust, but paint flaked down to the primer on hood and roof.
Purchased Z-rated tires for grab and speed, but later started buying cheap-o harder tires that lasted longer. Comfortable, responsive drive either way.
I recommend the car, and I'd buy one again in a heartbeat.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 11th October, 2009