1993 Ford Thunderbird LX V6 from North America
A sporty, luxury, reliable, beauty!
I haven't had this car for very long, but since I have had it the only real problem had been the rear view mirror falling off. It has fallen off 3 times in 5 months. Also, I think I feel the transmission starting to act up, and the brakes are really bad. I have heard a lot of bad things about t-bird brakes.
Overall this is a really nice car. It is very comfortable and it rides so smooth you can hardly tell that the car is running. It has lots of space and it is GREAT on gas millage. Also the power windows zoom up and down so fast! The doors are a bit heavy and closing them is sometimes a problem. Also the car is so very low that it bottoms out a lot. I love this car and would recommend it to anyone.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th August, 2002
29th Sep 2002, 06:48
Okay, the car bottoms out. It's not your old Cherokee. I now own my third and have NEVER had that problem. As far as the rearview mirror... clean the contact surfaces well. Regular super glue will fix that. Bad brakes...hmmmmm. This isn't the IROC series downtown. Brakes should last about 30,000 miles. Each time pads/shoes are replaced, drums/rotors should also be turned. This makes the brakes perform better and last longer between servicing. Front rotors will need to be replaced between 90k and 120k due to normal wear.