1990 Austin Maestro Review
Cavernous And Comfortable Hatchback — Despite being it's size, it felt pretty big to drive, in a good way. Very comfortable without sloppy handling, and a cavernous interior. Be sure to get a 5speed model, as the 4 speed werent great for cruising
Pros: Extremley comfortable, cheap parts, good performance
Cons: Its a British Leyland car - poor build quality
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