Oh--I started in 1968---Was "laid--off" in 1973--OIL emabargo--WAS NEVER
"called" back till 4 yrs later--HOW do YOU think I "survived" //felt
about GM//UAW finally "calling--me" "back" ??? Sure would like to hear
from you all---
So what DO you think about the reliability of Cavalier versus Sunfire vs Saturn
I would like to have peace of mind while my daughter is driving around instead
of spending weekends with my shoes under the car.
For what it's worth Peter, my oldest daughter owned a Sunfire for 5 years
and has now sold it to her younger daughter. Like you, I keep all of the
cars running in the family, so reliability is important to me. As well, the
oldest daughter is 2 1/2 hours away and the one who bought the Sunfire from
her is soon to move 4 1/2 hours away.
The Sunfire (a 2000) has proven to be very reliable. Basically the same car
as a Cavalier. Either one should make a good reliable car.
Thanks Mike.... I've looked at a few of them. They seem to be nice
cars at a reasonable price. And I'm glad to hear they're reliable.... it's
nice to do planned maintenance, instead of emergency road calls.
Thanks for your advice !!!
Thanks to every one who responded...including those going off on a tangent....
When it comes to repairing or maintaining vehicles, I prefer those which are
easy to work on..... Life already has enough difficult problems without adding
a car to the mix.
The Cavaliers and Sunfires sound good.... I like the styling and as everyone has
mentioned....they are reliable. Also going to look at a few Saturns thanks to
suggestions and recommendations that were given.
Again...thanking you all for your help, suggestions, and recommendations !!!
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