1976 Opel AsconaReview
Good Car — Performance:good acceleration:fine braking: extremely good handling: extremely good Build Quality: no need more repair Appearance : a muscle car Cost of Ownership: not too much to buy gas mileage: it cost a lot maintenance: not too much Fun Factor:very enjoyable
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Cons: tail lamps
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