1991 Plymouth Laser RS 2.0 litre inline four from North America
I wrecked it. Other than that, it's great.
This car is very quick, a real upgrade from my previous ride, a 1986 Honda Accord.
I don't feel that the car handles all that great. It sticks to the road, but at low speeds the steering wheel feels stiff.
It's tough: I hit a ditch at around 45 miles per hour- I came out with a grass stain and my car was back less than a month later.
The car is still a blast to drive! I can't think of a car I've driven that is this much fun.
Although it's 2003, the car still looks great, really sporty.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 22nd September, 2003
19th Feb 2006, 18:44
I bought a 91 Plymouth Laser, a sister car to the Mitsubishi Eclipse and the Eagle Talon to save money. more bang for the buck, sort of speaking. originally, I thought it was a blast and a real beauty to say the least! then came reality - buying new tires at $200 each. of course, it took curves very well, but took its toll on the wallet. At 15,000 miles it stopped dead when the timing chain went and it took its toll on the engine for repair. later it kept popping out of gear and my friend had the same problem with hers too. sure it moves and handles quite well and the stereo system was a blast, but it has its problems and soon was traded in for a more practical machine.