Never broken down on me, never ran out of gas (even when it should have), never got stuck in the mud or snow...nothing! Just starts right up every time and gets me where I gotta go. It's small but some how roomy on the inside, More than once all I've had to do to accommodate for my Great Dane! Is take out the tops and fold down the back seats and she fit just fine! Lol sure we got plenty of strange looks from other drivers but I love driving it and she loves the T-Tops! The only thing I personally could say I wish were different about it. Is how low the bucket seats are (I'm 5'2) so I do have to sit on a cushion to be able to see over the wheel and reach the clutch. Lol But I make it work;)
I just got this car from my sis-in- law. It has 160,000 miles on it and is still in great shape. I love to drive it. It is so much fun with the t-tops off and 30 miles to the gallon is just the ticket. I actually told my husband he can have the 2008 Camry cause I LOVE driving this one a lot more!
So much fun to drive. Lots of get up and go even at 160000 miles. Its just half way through its life :-)
12 years new and still going strong.
After 136000 miles the car still runs
like new and has been dead reliable in
all kinds of weather. Only routine
maintenance and no problems! Nissan
definitely missed the boat by only
building "the egg" for 3 years.
Power, reliability, economy, unique
appearance, in a small fun to drive
package. What a deal!
Didn't have any strong expectations, it
wound up blowing me away.
Torquey engine, impressive power, very
impressive 32mpg economy.
Bland cockpit, but the
steering, shifter, and controls all
offer very nice tactile feedback.
With the rear seats folded down, the
car offers tons of hauling space, par
with most mini-SUVs.
Lastly, T-tops? It's not a little
roadster by any stretch of the
imagination, but having that
combination of power, versatility,
economy, and still having the wind in
your air makes it almost the perfect