2000 Ford Focus Wagon 2.0 from North America
A true lemon with a cool color
I have had the barons changed on the rear of both sides. The horn goes out every two months or less. Three months after I purchased the car I spent over $500 on new tires. At 56,000 and 56,750 miles breaks were replaced. The sensors had to be changed and the fuel system had problem around the same mileage. The radiator burst at and now a rod is thrown in the engine at 57,985 miles. I love my car, but it seems almost as if I have been spending more money trying to keep it going than I have just trying to enjoy my first vehicle ever. Will the lemon law support my complaints and assist me in any way to get a new engine or some reimbursements for all the torture I've subdued within the last two years of ownership?
This car drive powerfully when operable. I have to say it is truly a lemon. I purchased the car because I like the cool color and its performance at the time of purchase was commendable. I am truly frustrated, angry disappointed and at a lost for words. All of this is due to the fact that I only have 57,985 miles on it and have owned it for two years. Over the course of these two years this car has been in and out of the shop for repairs rather major or minor. I can't afford to buy an engine and still remain paying notes for a car that I can no longer drive and has not driven for the last week!!!
There must be some justice somewhere!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 29th April, 2004