1989 Ford Corsair 2.0L EFI from Australia and New Zealand
Once you fix it, you can't stop it
The master cylinder needed to be replaced.
Driver's seat has started to wear down to the foam and the metal bits of the seat.
Rear brake light not working, haven't checked if it's the bulb.
One of the rear seat belts isn't working.
CV joints needed replacing, but it was probably about time.
The roof lining is sagging.
Finally the stereo system just failed.
I think this car is expensive to fix if a problem occurs, but once you have sorted out the problem, the car will just go and go.
There is a lot of tire roar at highway speeds, but isn't that bad at normal suburb speeds, it does sound nice when you put your foot down.
The car has some go but the kickback lags a bit when the auto changes down a gear.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 12th January, 2009