First let me say, I love this car.
This is the only 2 seat convertible I
could imagine having as a primary car.
The performance is above average,
especially for a 1.5L engine. I
especially like that it's a hard top,
rather than a soft top. It makes me
feel a little safer having part of the
frame behind me when it's off, takes up
less storage space that you don't lose
when it's up and is better in the
winter. As soon as I got it, I
replaced the wheels and the stereo, but
those were my only real complaints from
the inprovements section below and were
easily replaceable. I can't understand
why Honda stopped making it.
Largest trunk in it's class, by far.
Removable hardtop. Highly
upgradable. Ergonomic seats. Honda
reliability. 40+ MPG. Lockable
interior storage. Beautiful styling
(except for the wheels).
Ugly stock wheels. Stock stereo not
cut out for a convertible. Torque
kicks in too late (peaks at 5000RPM).
The cup holders are a joke. The
defroster could do a better job. Big
blind spots (all convertible's are
known for that). A little too much
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