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
i bought this car as a gas saver only
and was pleasantly suprised by its pep
in the city and its consistent ride on
the highway. I've had no problems at
all in the 30k miles i've owned it. I
recommend this nissan to anyone.
T-tops are helpful, headroom is more
than expected. gas mileage coupled with
better digital dash lights and improved
ashtray to drink holder to radio area
flow-they tend to bunch up around the
shifter causing annoying hand fumbles
Car has almost 120k miles on it and
have had a couple problems: A/C doesn't
work ($$ to repair) - use to cycle
cool/warm air. Had to replace starter
and also water pump. Replaced hatch
struts too. Still on original clutch
but there is some noise downshifting to
2nd so car will eventually need some
work. MPG is around 24 on average. Use
to get more. Car is starting to
show/feel its age--running a little bit
different, paint fading. The 195/55
tires don't offer many choices these
days (only two). Overall decent car.
Almost seven years on same battery!
Windows designed well so when I roll
them down my head doesn't get blown off
by air (problem I've seen with many
Bigger back seat. Better front/rear
styling. Turbo and/or RWD. I think they
offered Turbo and RWD for European