via: The Truth About Cars
via: The Truth About Cars

29. Plymouth Laser

When you think about cheap sports cars from the ’80s and ’90s, the Laser is a memorable one. These cars were heavily discounted and offered a reasonable amount of performance for the price. If you are actively seeking out a used sports car, the Laser is one that you should avoid. The reason why is general reliability issues. The Laser will need work to keep it on the road. Older turbochargers are very finicky.

via: Car Gurus
via: Car Gurus

There were some benefits to the Laser such as being a cheaper version of the Mitsubishi Eclipse. But in the long run, if you are seeking out a sports car, the Laser probably won’t cut it. You want to find something that’s fun to drive and not going to cost a mortgage to fix. Other sports cars from around this era are just as fun.