I've had two now, and I've loved them
both. The only serious repair concern
involved losing compression in the
engine. It's not a problem that will
kill the car but it can be annoying the
What a ride. This car hugs the curves,
loves the road, is fun to drive. Great
on long trips, too. OK, so it doesn't
have cup holders. So what. You need
to keep both hands on the wheel to feel
the excitement anyway.
The oil-cooled engine is great in
Southern climates (like mine) and when
you regularly change the oil every
2500 - 300 miles, you have no worries.
I love my sunroof, even though it added
to the drag; love the pushbutton
suspension; even love the cubby holes
behind the car's seats. The curves of
the body are sleek. The way the
cockpit and the seat conspire to
envelop you in the driving experience
Install a block engine heater if you
are in colder climates to avoid
decompression. Keep a coat of wax on
the car whenever possible--mine has the
original paint, and no flecks.
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