A piece of Australian motoring history
The fuel pump had to be replaced. As it is mechanical and bolted to the engine it took a maximum of 40 minutes to replace the old fuel pump with a new one.
Differential seal replaced.
Universal joints replaced.
The car is one of the last of the EJ series Holdens.
The car's Grey motor is short on horsepower, but unbeatable for torque as has always been the case with the Grey motor.
The car is fine to drive in suburban traffic, but is even better on highways or open road.
The interior is very roomy and the seats are so comfortable.
Fuel economy is surprisingly good for a car of its age.
Running costs also surprisingly lower than expected as is also the case with obtaining spare parts.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 28th June, 2002