1987 Plymouth Horizon 2.2 liter standard 4 cylinder. from North America
Excellent first car
When I acquired it from my great-grandmother out of her garage...
The hatchback risers didn't work.
Headliner is begining to come unglued in the back (any suggestions?)
The air conditioner didn't work, I'm going to have it switched from the R-12 A/C system to the newer, cheaper 134 type. But, I'm broke.
It's an awesome first car, and I recomend it to learn on. It's a bit under-powered, but hey, it's 4 wheels that aren't attached to my skateboard.
It's super clean and the inside is literally showroom quality. I have the high-back "sports" seats, and those are really comfortable if you're into sitting lower to the ground like me.
It was worth the $1000, yes, one thousand dollars I (my parents) paid for it. The insurance company goes easy on me, too. No one wants to steal a Horizon.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 4th September, 2003
2nd Jun 2004, 06:08
Update: Hatchback risers now work. Had to shell out $30 for a new set of lifts, but it was worth it.
18th Sep 2004, 02:23
I don't think the hatchback risers work in any of the Plymouth Horizans' or Dodge Omnis' anymore.
19th Nov 2004, 18:05
Update: Still a pimpmobile. Almost has 17,000 miles on it. Headliner is still MIA, but I'm working on that. Figured out how to peel out in it - very fun. I'm thinking about taking out the compressor since the A/C doesn't work to try to get a little more horsepower out of it. Shoot, perhaps I'll take off the muffler too.