1995 Pontiac Sunfire SE 2.2L from North America
As soon as winter approached, my car just started falling apart. I had a blown head gasket at 105,000 miles. I need a new water pump, a new pulley, a new drive belt, the power steering had a leak in it, and much much more.
I used to love my car until I realized that it was crap. As soon as winter came and I went over 100,000 miles, I just started having problems with it. It is a very sporty car and I love the feel of it, I just wish I didn't have to spend $1500 on it to fix it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 29th January, 2005
2nd Jan 2007, 01:45
I can't believe you would say it is cheaply made because it was having problems at a high mileage! Most cars are gonna have problems like those you listed sooner or later. If it went as long as you say without, that is a very good car, better than Chevy. I had a 96 Chevy Beretta and I had a belt and the water pump go, and that was before that many miles, I am sure. And remember things break more in the winter because of the cold air. It is drying and it makes things just snap. And the parts just can't take the cold.