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1992 Mighty MAX
by Diesel580ck from Florida | December 12, 2009
I had a 1992 2.4L 5spd 2WD with A/C and it was tough as nails. Never broke down, took the abuse, got decent gas mileage. It was only 116HP but felt like more, even fully loaded it never felt underpowered. I was very satisfied eith it the whole time I owned it, I highly recommend one if you need a simple tough truck, with no ftills comfort but, toughneww like no other small pisk-up. It averaged 20-24mpg overall.