2002 Porsche 911 Targa Rwd 2dr Coupe (3.6L 6cyl 6M)
The 911 is a nice car, but I believe it is one of those items that is better admired from a distance. The reliability of my Targa has been horrible, and the interior rattles as if it is going to fall apart. The interior design is a joke, and the ergonomics are even worse. There are a lot of little things wrong with the interior that show a lack of car, spaces that shouldn't be there, misspellings in the display, tape holders without tape, and nothing is easy to find. A BMW M3 offers the same performance for half the price, half the insurance, and half the maintenance. What was I thinking?
The torque, the ease of the shifter, tightness of steering, and the tach display.
Give it a better interior! Spell check the displays! Give it a more linear brake pedal. Make sure there are less gaps on the exterior for water to sit. My car still drips hours after it is washed.
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