The R/T version is the only way to go.
~250 HP gives plenty of power (although
I did notice that acceleration was
faster on cold days/nights than hot
ones). The Autostick was NOT designed
to replace a manual, it's there for
those of us who usually want an auto,
but occasionally like to 'control our
The body design is cool, which is a
geat thing in a world where most other
cars have a boring, squared front end.
The only problem I can think of is that
I experience static electriciy shocks
often when opening the doors.
Good performance; manu-matic tranny;
very spacious, comfy seats
300 HP. 5-speed Autostick. COOLED (not
heated) seats. Power passenger seat
(stupid not to have it when the
driver's side is). Rear-deck spoiler
would really make this thing look like
a sports sedan.
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