Four-door sedans were quite aquot;junior Ninety-Eight, aquot; while the new coupes were dashing yet tastefully restrained. ... Like the late Calais 442, it delivered the H.O. Quad-4, close-ratio manual five-speed transaxle (with no automatic option), rear spoiler, and suitable exterior i.d., plus GMa#39;s new aquot;ABS VIaquot; anti- lock brakes, a laudable standard on every Achieva. True to ... major cities to drive the Achieva against the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, the two top-selling Japanese family sedans.
|Title||:||Setting the Pace|
|Author||:||Helen Jones Earley, James R. Walkinshaw|
|Publisher||:||Publications International Limited - 1996|