1990 Geo Prizm LSI 1.6 from North America
Dumper Pulley and alternator had to be replaced. Driver side window went off track. The cloth ceiling is coming down. I had to replace the interior door handle.
My previous car gave me all kinds of trouble, so I was determined to find something reliable. My search led me to my Blueberry Blue 1990 Geo Prizm LSI. It was love at first sight. The paint had a glossy finish and the mechanicals checked out. Three years later, the paint still retains its glossy finish and any concerns of reliability, evaporated after completing several long distance drives including one over 300 miles each way. Although I'm very satisfied with this car, it does fall short on comfort and room. This nagging short coming may influence me to sell it and purchase something bigger. This saddens me, because its style is better then its Toyota twin and holds its own when compared to some of the vehicles on the road today. My only other complaint relates to the annoyingly small repairs made, but putting it in perspective, it sure beats my other car in cost efficiency.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 25th May, 2005