1993 Colt

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1993 Plymouth Colt

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Our Take on the 1993 Plymouth Colt

Though the smallest offering from Chrysler Corp., the Colt, built by Mitsubishi and sold through the Dodge and Plymouth dealer networks, is loaded with interior room. It also features fresh new exterior styling for '93.

The 1.8-liter, 16-valve 4-cylinder engine develops 113-h.p., and even with the 4-speed automatic transmission in our test car, the combination had adequate pep with minimum noise. The 27 miles per gallon city/34 m.p.g. highway rating didn't do the car justice. It seemed to run on but fumes, and the needle didn't appear to move.

But there are drawbacks, such as no air bag, much less air bags; no anti-lock brakes; and a $10,423 base price and, with such popular options as... Read More