1988 Pontiac Le Mans Overview
After a seven year-hiatus, the 1998 Pontiac Le Mans returned as a compact car based on the Korean-made Opel Kedett. Available as a 2-door Aerocoupe, 4-door hatchback, or 4-door SE sedan, all models featured a 1.6-liter, 4-cylinder, 74-hp engine coupled with either a 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission.
The 1988 Le Mans was an affordable transport vehicle, good for getting you from point A to point B without too much damage to your wallet. As such, it came with few standard features and even less options, though a sunroof and air conditioning were nice extras.
Owners of the 1988 Le Mans praise its reliability and solid indestructible nature. The gas mileage, some say as high as 31/40 mpg, is outstanding, and the overall package is a great economy car for first-time buyers or college students needing basic transportation. The interior was actually pretty roomy. One criticism is the lack of aftermarket parts, which means repairs or modifications can be costly.
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