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by Festiva Lover from Saint Clair, MI | January 17, 2010
I got my 1991 Festiva in Aug 2008 free from a family member expecting the car to not last much longer, I mean it had 179,000 miles. Well its now mid Jan 2009 and i've put over 10k on it since then and it is still running strong. The only problem with it is the engine ticks now but it still runs great and is great on gas. I get close to 50mpg in the summer! I would recommend this car to anyone who is on a tight budget and needs a gas saver.