1989 Pontiac LeMans GSE 2.0L c20xe from North America
A good tuner car for the buck
I changed the motor.
I replaced the factory brakes with Euro Sport package, and did other tuning modes to it.
I replaced a ball joint on the left side.
A small car; not as bad as the others have said, but this is a cult car in Europe and other places in the world. Don't blame the car; blame the manufacturer, Pontiac, for screwing up the design with their cheap manufacturing practices.
Opel's Kadett is still loved and driven, and so is England's Astra IV; if Pontiac had done what the Europeans did (by giving it the 1.8L and 2.0L engines that Daewoo intended for the car) it would have done a lot better over here.
My car is almost 20 years old and has no rust on it, but I don't have the money to get it properly painted. It is number 8 of all Pontiac LeMans one car domain from 1987 to 1993. The 1.6L (50hp) lacked power, but the 2.0L (95hp) did too. The Euro models went from 60hp 1.4L to 129hp 2.0L 8v GSE motor, and the 2.0L 16v in the GSI has 150hp.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 20th November, 2008