1988 Holden Camira SL 2.0 litre fuel injected from Australia and New Zealand
Reliable, but rusty and old
Engine kept breaking down; cost $3500.
Petrol started leaking; cost $2000 to replace petrol tank and all hoses to the engine.
Seals are leaking, but we just bought a new Magna so we probably won't fix that.
Right back door will not open.
It's a very fuel efficient car, and the fuel injection makes it take off at the traffic lights very fast.
No power steering makes it hard to turn, and as a mum running around with football training for my son, it's time for the old girl to go. If I was someone, I wouldn't buy the Camira.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 30th April, 2008