Everything about the vehicles is a positive.
It's a REAL sports car so there isnt going to be much of any cargo room. I mean the owner's manual doesnt even fit in the glove box.
Only Im luke warm about is the initial clutch engagement aka the friction point. It is very high on the clutch pedal and the window from friction point to full engagement is the smallest Ive ever felt. This is the stock clutch. The clutch is very linear as well, so you really need to feel when it bites at first.
But there is a cheap fix for it, which is buying a clutch helper spring to replace the OEM one.
Better fix is a new clutch assembly which makes it feel like any other car you have driven.
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