1992 Dodge Stealth ES 3.0 litre 6 cylinder from North America
The best bang for your buck under $10k
My fuel pump sending unit blew the second day I owned the car. Not discouraged, I shopped for the part. Dealer costs were over $800 Canadian, and after market was still around $400, so I went for a $185 used part.
The power steering motor valve went, and it only cost $21 to fix.
Other than that... I have to get the radiator re-cored this month and the front brake pads replaced. This summer I am going to have the timing belt done.
I am in love with my Blue Dream.
It is the best car I have ever owned plain and simple. She is fast, and due to her low profile and wide tires, handles like she is embracing the road on every curve, no matter what the speed.
More room than I expected in the trunk, but not a lot.
If you like REAL SPORTS cars and love to drive, this is the car for you!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 3rd May, 2003
23rd Nov 2007, 20:53
I have been the original owner of a 1992 stealth es (metallicic sand color). I have kept it in great condition (its at 240,000 miles on the second engine). I was drawn to the car by its lines. The car is still fun to drive, even though I have bought a second "boring commuter car". The Stealth still turns heads especially after I wax it.
I really enjoyed seeing all the Stealth reviews and especially the Blue Stealth es.