It was difficult to research this
vehicle once I found it. With such a
limited production, there seems to be
little press. The dealer recommended
test-driving with the top up to
experience the quiet, solid feel of
the car. Its like driving a hard-top.
Don't confuse this with a convertible
sports car, though, it is more a well
mannered car with a top that folds
down. I'm hooked on driving again.
1)60 mph with the top down.
2)Watching the crazy single wiper.
3)It actually growls a bit when you
put your foot in.
Ok, one cup holder wouldn't be too
opulent would it?
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