It is a great car for a price tag under $30,000. I would not spring for a loaded model that puts the price tag close to $40,000. Would rather get in to a Corvette or Porsche Cayman. Definitely a performance oriented car that comes with less than great fuel consumption and a tight but pleasant interior. Have not gotten close to the advertised fuel rating. The car only sees city driving, so that could be the reason.
18" wheels, smooth and powerful engine.
The trunk is very small. Can't even put a piece of luggage in there. That's what you get when you buy a sports car though.
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