This vehicle's only drawback is its limited leg room for me. Other than that, try cruising over the pass in winter with the heated seats, heater blasting and top down while the windscreen diverts that annoying covertible back breeze that would otherwise chll you to the bone. It is quiet enough to carry on a normal conversation too. All you need is a jacket, gloves and a ballcap. Pretty good mileage, 27mpg avg at 75mph to the Bay Area with the top down the whole way. Even in a light rain, it was OK just blowing over the top. A blast! It responds like a dream and has more than enough power, roadhandling and braking to satisfy the most discriminating.
Fully automatic top (when it works), but it can be done manually almost as fast. Oil change requires only a 17mm wrench(provided in tool kit). Awesome windscreen. The back seat comes in handy. Insulated top is quiet and comfy. For the DIYer, the design makes this vehicle easy to work on or maintain
Upgrade sound system and give it more room so it doesn't overheat. The center console louvers are to close to the receiver 2 allow poper cooling. Design it so the AT pan can be removed easily for filter & fluid change. Improve reliability of the auto top. Use glass instead of plastic in rear window.
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