Although pretty to look at, and fun
enough to drive, the design
shortcomings and limited features
quickly became tiresome. Mediocre fit
and finish was just the beginning of
our experience with a car that went
back for repair over and over. What
started out as chasing rattles and
loose trim lead to a noisy
undercarraige and a replaced
transmission. The dealer did all the
warranty work with a smile, but we took
the hint and traded it in for another
brand car, built in a whole different
country. The car is fine for a test
drive, but soon disappoints.
It's a convertable afterall.
Features: A two door with a back seat
needs seat memory. Fit: Rattles will
quickly spoil your drive.
Reliability: I couldn't wait to see
what else was going to break next.
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