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Big comfortable interior
by keep 'em forever from great falls, mt | September 15, 2007
Bought this car for my son to take to AZ while he attends college there. Has been very reliable
and no mechanical problems yet. Had almost 75k miles when we bought it. It may not be the prettiest car around, but it has a sweet ride and handles very well. It has good power up the hills and passing other cars. I would most definitely recommend this one as a good car.
We bought our Lumina 4 door Euro sedan for $16k in mid-1994, and it was our main car, but now its our beater/leftover car.
Pros: Lasts a while, great traction.
Cons: 140 hp, 3500 pounds, big sedan fuel enconomy, cramped quarters, no safety, G500 styling, 0-60 in a year, not very reliable, do we have to go get groceries cargo volume, boring.
The Point: Impressive at first, dissapointing once you have owned it for a while.