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almost very good
by Mercedes-man from | July 30, 2012
I have this car for 17 years.It has 124 hp already,and it is 1.6 liter.In those 17 years it hadn't no one problem.Only some small problems of its age.Every year i go on holidays with it,and its top speed is 215 k/ph (!).
by Markus from Minneapolis, MN | November 30, 2010
Got it new in 95. Had that car since new for 7 years. Timing belt broke twice. First time at 40k and second time 45k. Had to donate it. Liked to drive it and was comfortable in it, but reliability is very bad.