After owning a BMW some years ago, the
itch hit for a fun to drive car. This
is my first convertible. This car is an
absolute blast to drive for an
enthusiast. Not certian it would be for
a non-enthusiast. It's quick, light on
its feet, and surprisingly economical.
I had wanted a 911 for many years, but
this is more practical, cheaper, and
truly just as fun. Reliability seems to
be better too. And servicing will be
Go-Kart handing, thoughtful interior,
super-stiff chassis, reasonable trunk,
fuel economy, build quality. Air
conditioning and heating are incredibly
A small digital clock would be welcome
as the radio clock is hidden behind a
panel. I'd like to see realistic
options for audio that doesn't disappear
when you hit the highway. All other
concerns were really handled in the 2002
or 2004 re-styles.
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