"For this year of car and with 100,000 miles on it as long as there are no mechanical problems the car is awesome. Especially for a first car or something cheap to drive in. The steering is smooth, and ride is very comfortable. Make sure that the tie-rod's are in good shape if they have not been replaced by this time. Overall its a good car to own for under $2k."
"This was my first car I got when I was 17. I'm 22 now and it still runs like a top. It drives as smooth as any newer car I've driven, and I can get 32 mpg on the highway at 60. It's never leaked a drop of any fluids. If I could go back and help design this car, the one and only thing I would change are the small cup holders. They must have been good for the cups of the mid-90s, but our huge cups of the 21st centuries are very difficult. The cornering lights are a fun touch that none of my friends have, and the front light bar is really cool to see at night. I give it a can of Sea Foam every 6 months, and of course get the oil changed every 3000 miles."
"Had this vehicle for a year, bought it from another guy, a 1994 sedan version. The car ran ok, large engine so the gas milage wasnt great, but i estimated it at about 17-20mpg(depend on how you drive). Not a mechanical guy and didnt get it serviced and ran smooth for a whole year (it is an old car also 1994). Great car if you just need a car to get around, can get cheap because of the gas milage.
Simple interior, nothing fancy or complicated
Lowish gas milage
Power steerings seem to make lots of noise"