1994 Ford Probe GT 2.6L V6 from North America
It was fun to drive, but not worth the trouble
The anti-lock brake sensor has shorted twice and the anti-lock module has now gone, at a replacement cost of $1,566 Canadian without labour.
The rear brake calipers have seized twice.
The ignition switch has been replaced twice.
The hand brake locked up within the first month.
The paint is crackling, starting about four years after production.
The original clutch is still in fine form.
The car turns on a dime on Goodyear Gator-backs.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 14th August, 2001