when i test drove my se-r for the
first time i knew it had potential. i
would never had bought this car if it
wasnt a manual, since the automatic
fails to bring out the performace of
the midsized fourbanger which from the
cabin sounds like an american 5.0L V8.
thanks to the rear suspension this car
has great emergency handling, even at
speeds over 40mph! ive gotten about
30 mpg since i put in the cold air
intake, but that drops to like 22mpg
if i race it a lot. no way will i
ever sell this car! if you want a
small, swift, fun to drive-and-swerve
car, go for a manual 200sx se-r.
manual transmision, 140 hp engine, gas
mileage, and exterior design that
hides the sport coupes abilities.
catch up to the civic si's 160 hp, a
power driver seat, relocate cup
holders, lose the antenna!
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