1991 Ford Laser GL Liftback 1.6 litre SOHC from Australia and New Zealand
A great little city car despite its age - and a bit "feisty" despite being a 1.6 litre SOHC
Nothing at all. Slight click from an outer CV joint (right) - nothing to worry about.
For a 1991 model with only 117,334 km, it is a very good find. Auto air conditioning is perfect, in fact too cold. Manual steering - less to go wrong and leak. Interior almost factory new. Ratty sound system - retro fitted radio/sound from the Falcon. Laser speakers "had it". Will find better speakers and fit them.
Front seats were mounted a bit too low. I raised the rear of the front seats two inches with proper spacers and high tensile bolts; now perfect.
No leaks, no drips - nothing wrong at all.
The 1.6 litre SOHC engine is actually a "feisty" little unit despite being the lowest rated engine for the KF Laser series. Perfect for an old codger.
Check in twelve months and see how things are.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 27th November, 2014
31st Jan 2015, 12:11
Update on the '91 Laser I bought in November after 1,000 km.
What has gone wrong - nothing.
Drips - drops - leaks - none.
Enjoyment to drive factor - 9/10 (easily pleased I suppose). Yep, it puts me in mind of the '79 Mazda 323 auto wagon I bought new and kept 15 years - indestructible.
Did manage to fit a set of 6 inch Pioneer speakers where the little 4 inch speakers were in the dash.
Let's see how things are at 5,000 km.