Pros: "Car would last at least another 50,000 miles."
Cons: "Age but with low miles shouldn't count."
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"We are the second owner of the car and love it. It was reliable, had newer fuel injectors, tires were only about 1 years old with about 4,000 miles on them. Good handling in the snow with front wheel drive. We had it over 20 years, no major damage just scratches. Well maintained by my husband. Color is mauve, a beautiful color. Heater and air conditioner worked great. Clean inside with some wear and tear from age on the sides of seats but covered nicely with 2 front bucket seats, 1 long bench seat in the back. 5 speed, power locks and gas cap. All windows in good shape."
"GREAT CAR!! this was my first car, and when i got it, it already had 100,000 miles on it, and it still ran great!! They hold up very well!! I have had no major problems with mine at all!! I would reccomend this to anyone who needs a cheap car!! They are great"
"I purchased this beater for 250$ and it was probably the best 250 i ever spent. I have the 2.2l with the 5 sp manual trans. It has ok acceleration (aka not fast) and gets 25+ mpg. I beat this thing and it just wont break. Of course with 191,500 on the odometer things need to be replaced. So far ive replaced the starter, alternator, water pump, radiator, head gasket, wheel bearing, brakes, and all fluids and hoses. The starter still worked when i replaced it but one of the teeth were shot so i replaced it. The water pump started to leak a little bit and i got annoyed at having to check the level all the time so i replaced it. Alternator went on a trip up north so i had to replace that in Advanced autos parking lot. Radiator started to leak so i replaced that. Headgasket started to leak a little so i figured i would fix that before it got worse and trash the motor. The rear driver wheel bearing was making noises on the highway so i also had to replace that. Brakes go on every car. Parts for this car are very cheap (water pump only 25$, calipers under $30). If i didnt know how to fix this thing i would have gotten rid of it LONG ago, but most of the problems are probably from me just beating the living you know what out of it (Its more reliable than my Acura Integra...and i baby that thing). Oh ya, it also sucks in snow. I need new tires."