1993 Ford Tempo
108,491 Miles

Waukesha, WI
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1990 Ford Tempo
$1,498

Marysville, WA
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1993 Ford Tempo
$2,986

Jackson, TN
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1992 Ford Tempo
$1,295

Lynnwood, WA
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1991 Ford Tempo
112,505 Miles
$2,495

Bristol, TN
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1994 Ford Tempo
13,533 Miles
$1,998

Camden, TN
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Ford Tempo Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.8
Performance
3.6
Style
2.9
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
4.2
Maintenance
3.6

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Ford Tempo Owner Ratings & Reviews

1992 Ford Tempo - Great commuter car

Castle Rock, Washington
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
My car is a 1992 white Ford Tempo GL. I like this car because it is roomy for a sedan, and gets good gas mileage. I don't like the interior, the vinyl feels cheap and there are no cup holders. It runs pretty well considering I am bad about regularly maintaining it.
Story
One fun story I have in my car is driving it on the beach in Long Beach. It handled the loose sand surprisingly well for a sedan and it was a lot of fun driving around in the surf and through the sand.
Pros
One of the top positive things is the gas mileage. My car gets approximately 25-30 MPG depending on how much freeway driving I'm doing, which is impressive considering the car is almost as old as I am. One of my favorite features is that the gas cap locks and can only be opened using a button inside the glove box.
Cons
The top negative things about this vehicle are the interior, which is vinyl and carpeted and blue. I think the entirely blue interior is just weird, but I guess it's better than the other option which was maroon. I also don't like that the windows in the back only roll halfway down, and the doors in the back don't open parallel to the vehicle like in a modern car. That can make transporting big items difficult.

1991 Ford Tempo - Cheap Car, Easy Fix, Lasted a Long time

Davenport, Iowa
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I bought this car for $50.00 Knowing it needed a new head gasket, brakes, rotors, and work on the transmission. It's a red 4 door. It had a really nice interior still for it's age. I took it to my step dad who helped me with labor, his friends as well. I ended up paying $800.00 + 5 Cases of Bud Light for all the parts and repairs. I also put new tires on it. After all of the repairs I have had this car for 12 years now. I do keep it up with oil changes, system flushes and such but I love my car.
Story
Fixing the car up was a blast. Getting to help with it was amazing and taught me things about cars I never thought about before or would know otherwise.
Pros
Super Cheap, Reliable
Cons
The original head gasket blew more than once from what I was told by the previous owner and to expect it to go out again within a few years. I'm not sure why the one my step dad put in has lasted as long as it has but I am grateful for it.

1990 Ford Tempo - The little engine that could

Darlington, South Carolina
Overall
2.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
3.0
I bought this car off of craigslist for $400. I'm a commuter college student and bought this with my change check. It has really great gas mileage and it only breaks down about once every semester. I like the vintage charm of it and it fits my friends and can squeeze into small parking spots. It's also really old and busted looking. It only has half a of 1 bumper left and the paint is peeling off. The tape player doesn't work so I can't play my cassette tapes and I can't use the thing to make my phone play through the speakers. The AC is also broken and it's such a weird AC that it would be expensive to replace everything to update it. Pretty much every thing I would need to do to make this car look presentable would cost more than I paid for it so I'm waiting til I graduate to buy a... (more)
Story
Me and my friends have taken my car on trips across the state several times and we all cram in. The unfortunate person who gets the backseat has to have our pillows falling all over them.
Pros
Crazy super cheap Will get you from A to B Great gas mileage Decent sound system Too good heat No worries about it getting stolen or being robbed driving it Huge trunk Electric locks
Cons
Ugly as sin People automatically think you're poor AC is hard to fix Bumper is plastic and will eventually dry rot Same thing with dashboard Hand crank windows