1990 Geo Prizm GSi from North America
Exceptional value and reliability!
Replaced muffler and tailpipe
Replaced CV boot
Replaced driver side window gears
Head liner is drooping
Cracks in dashboard
Knob fell off driver window handle
Cover to gear shift box is cracked
Clear finish over paint is peeling off
Exhaust puff at start-up, especially if it's been sitting overnight.
I bought my 1990 Geo Prizm Gsi for $3,995 in 2000. At that time it had around 67,000 miles on it. It is now May of 2008 and I still have this awesome car. The mileage is 125,371, far below the "average" mileage for an 18-year-old car.
My previous car was a 1988 Plymouth Colt that had several weird electrical issues and a crappy carburetor. I've had the Prizm longer than the Colt now - there's absolutely no comparison between the two cars. The Prizm is exceptional.
This car handles Colorado weather very well. It starts even in below-zero or 100-degree weather. It handles fine in snow and ice.
I chose this car because it was a Corolla with a domestic label and because the price was great. I'm keeping this car until it totally falls apart and stops working. It's the best car ever!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 21st May, 2008