I have out about 500 miles on this in two weeks- took it over the mountains to go to court. Lots of curves and twists, and the car hung in there every step. I also own an '06 Boxster that holds the road better but can't complain about this car. Storage is always a problem in a roadster, but even BMW should have a coin holder/tray of some kind. Maybe should have gotten the 3.0 si but this car has plenty of power. Love it!
Three automatic drive modes; 2 ways to auto-shift, paddles or shift knob. Very simple controls- completely logical layout.
Storage. Needs another 12v outlet- the only one is in the ashtray. With all the gadgets today you'd think they'd know that- nearly every other BMW has an additional 12v under the dash, but not this car. You have to take it in to BMW to get the key fob to work the settings the way you want.
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