1993 Plymouth Laser from North America
My sweet little car
The hatchback dosen't stay up on its own, so I leave vice grips in the hatch.
Sluggish acceleration from a stop, especially with the air on. This is definitely not a problem with my boyfriends turbo model. But he has to use vice grips also.
There are serious blind spots.
The backseat sucks, but I don't have to sit there.
This car was the best first car a girl could ask for.
It has been very reliable and a lot of fun. It's a little slow to start, but then it will blow you away.
I don't think ill ever find a car I can afford that will handle like this one. I scare my passengers flying around turns, but I know what she can do.
Sometimes I wish I had bought the turbo model so I could really fly, but girls are more sensible. I just look at my beautiful rims that I practically stole from my boyfriend when he needed money to replace the transmission (2nd time) in his baby.
I will never sell this car, and I know my boyfriend will never sell his no matter how many transmissions he burns.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 23rd January, 2003
22nd Jul 2003, 09:25
"The hatchback dosen't stay up on its own, so I leave vice grips in the hatch."
Ha ha, mine too. I need to get some vice grips as I prop mine open with a piece of wood. I live in constant fear that I'll be decapitated.
27th Aug 2004, 18:22
On my 1992 Plymouth Laser, the hatch struts have been replaced. If you would like to do the same, view this link.
23rd Jul 2006, 12:43
Yep, I replaced mine too. It costs, but its worth not worrying about losing a head or badly placed finger.