"I bought my Amigo used about 3 years ago with around 60,000 on the clock. In that time, it's had one (1, uno) unscheduled visit to the garage to repair a broken belt.
Otherwise, all it's required are some new brakes, shocks, oil, and gas.
The 3.2l V6 puts out respectable power, around 200-210 hp, and about the same in torque. You won't win many races (unless you're racing another SUV), but I've yet to come across a situation where I NEEDED more power (I'm a guy, we always want more. always)
My favorite thing about the Amigo is that it is an actual, usefull off-roader. I've pulled Wranglers out of trouble more than once. People might mistake it for a Tracker, but only until you give them a ride.
This is also the best vehicle I've had for winter driving. period. And that includes a '90 S-10 Blazer, a '00 Blazer, and more cars, front and rear drive, than I care to mention.
I've had the Amigo out in at least 12" of snow with no problem. Hard-pack, no problem. Ice, well, just don't be stupid and you're fine."
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