I love being able to get the engine to
respond when I need to move quickly or
just show off what an R/T is all
about, but you've gotta get the
manual, that auto-stick thing is a
I was considering an Eclipse as well,
but once I realized all my friend
actually HAVE legs, I thought it'd be
nicer to get the extra 4" in the
back. Plus, being a young adult, I
researched car insurance and found
that the rates are much higher for the
Plenty of passenger room for a coupe,
fun little stick shift...makes it feel
extra sporty with the leather wrapping
and baseball stitch.
Though the overall design of the body
is sleak and matches the Dodge look,
it's a bit difficult to check blind
spots confidently and you can't pull
all the way up to a light...you
usually have to bend your neck down to
see the traffic light.
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