Yep, that garbage had no issue eating modern “performance” cars, took 5+yrs of pure abuse, and returned 30+mpg in a comfortable, fun to drive car.
Glad to see you’re still hurting and trying to troll. Yet another lame attempt as usual by the Honda Fanboi.
People think these aren’t Jalop worthy, but in reality, these are some of the most Jalop cars around. Anything Mopar of this era benefits from basic mods, parts swapping, etc to garner great power/handling gains. Read more
The 4 cylinder wasn’t spectacular, but it wasn’t terrible for the era either. It was a very torquey engine, which made it feel quicker than it was. Great engine for a cruise around car.
Because this car was more comfortable than any of those you listed and just as reliable when taken care of?
So exactly like every other vehicle in their price point then.
Not every car is going to be perfect and give you a hard on, do you want to kill all the ugly boring people too? It’s a big planet with lots of people, we gotta find ways to keep people busy, stop hating on the short bus car engineers. Read more
Celebrity, Ciera, Century and what looks like another Ciera, the nose on the last one is too rounded to be a 6000.
The LeBaron GTS was nice, but that’s a Shelby Lancer...which was even nicer.
Match it? Nah. Beat it? Sure!
At least ChryCo tried making the K derived cars look different from each other.
Anytime I see something K-car related on Jalopnik, I feel compelled to share this video:
I beg to differ. I present my first car, the 1988 Dodge Daytona.
Its fun to laugh at in retrospect, but I really admire the boldness and brashness Chrysler had in the ‘80s. Lee Iacocca just oozed confidence through the TV screen, and it went into everything they did. Read more