1991 Plymouth Sundance 2-door hatchback 2.5 4 cylinder from North America
Keeps going and going and going
Broken seat bolt. Easily fixed.
Normal maintenance, brakes, plugs and wires, filters, etc.
Paint is in not-so-good condition relative to its age.
Tachometer quit working at 106,000 miles.
For a small engine car it has the power to get around mountainous terrain fairly well.
Comfortable car for up to two people. Back seats lack leg room for adults especially for long trips.
I expected the car to last me about a year until I could afford a newer car. After the first year of trouble free driving I decided to keep it as a daily driver because of the reliability.
I have spent very little money and time to keep the car on the road.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 13th May, 2001
6th Jul 2001, 00:15
Got one that has 120K on it... just spent $400 on emission parts to pass test... Best car I've driven in the snow (good for here in Chicago), almost impossible to get out of control.
19th Jul 2001, 22:16
Try driving one through an Eastern Ontario winter with worn performance radials on it! Forget getting out of control, it's hard getting it under control!
The silver lining is that its a light car that can easily be pushed out of snowbanks by a couple of people, or out of a ditch by a Blazer, Cherokee, or even a CRV. That's experience talking.