A cheap, but reliable car
Fan belt is currently loose, I just haven't gotten the time to tighten that.
Due to a crooked garage who "snapped off" my distributor cap during a routine tuneup, the car required a new distributor.
Serpentine belt was replaced a week before I bought it.
Muffler is getting louder due to age.
OK, once indeed it did fail to start, but that was due to leaving the headlights on for 8hrs, but what car would?
Some dents on the roof, quarter-panel and trunk, due to being hit by a tree. Yes, you read that right, only in the Poconos does a tree fall on a car.
First off, this car is very reliable and has NEVER let me down or failed to start on the first turn. This is rather surprising considering my parents car a 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier RS has problems starting in cold weather.
Car was purchased for $735, from original owner. This car was taken great care of by its original owner, he kept up on oil changes and other maintenance.
This car is a good heavy car, and it sticks to the road well. It also gets good adverse driving traction. On the hill we live, many people even those with 4X4's can't make it up, but this ol' girl always shined.
Unlike some 90's Plymouth's it does not eat oil, and no smoke comes out of the exhaust.
Car has good power, and passes well. due in part to the 3.0ltr Mitsubishi engine.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 7th August, 2004