1996 Ford Laser Review
Get An Old Mini — Not bad for a real cheapie, but i drove it too hard, and it started falling apart. If something like this is what you are looking for try a fuel injected model, and heads up: the breaks are dreadful... steering feedback aint bad, but is too heavy at slow speeds. The car is also prone to massive understeer if not set up propperly.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Pros: Its Cheap
Cons: Its Boring and slow
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