I'm considering a trade in. I am 5'6"
and have to sit on a pillow to see out
the back and then the visability is
less than optimum. The front is so
lowriding that you have to park farther
back from the curb so you don't scrape
the front bumper. Also the front
windshield posts seem to be placed in
such a position that they can block out
vehicles coming from the 2 and 10
o'clock positions. I only have 6600
miles on the car and really think I got
better performance from my 1990 4Dr
Thank you for redesigning the way water
flows from the top. I actually can keep
the windows partially open during a
rainy time. When the defroster is
used, the air conditioner automatically
comes one. GOOD ONE!
Higher the front and lower the back so
that rear visability would be enhanced.
Relocate the front windshield posts, to
eliminate the front blind spots.
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