You can't kill it!
Rear brake cylinders.
Cam cover gasket.
Fuel sending unit (replaced pump/sending unit assembly with junkyard unit ~$25 no problems)
Fuel tank started leaking only when filled all the way, because of rust/corrosion where pump assembly seals to tank.
This car was an absolute beast. Amazing gas mileage; 35mpg around town, 40+ mpg hwy.
Quite comfortable for such a tiny car, and a lot of cargo space with fold down rear seat and large hatch opening makes it easy to load and unload stuff.
Very dependable, really did nothing except basic tuneup, filters, oil changes and few things listed above in over 60K miles driven.
Great in the snow driven through blizzard without a problem.
Parts are relatively cheap when needed.
Car is very underpowered at 64hp, but has no problem maintaining highway speeds; can cruise 70-75 quite comfortably.
This was the cheapest car I've ever purchased, and cheapest to maintain by far. Never let me down, and started up EVERY time, even after sitting for long periods of time.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 10th September, 2010