First, the pros: Can be fun to drive!
Wind it out 3rd, and you're still
within the national speed limit. On
wet roads, driving hard, you can 'feel'
all four wheels working-- great!
Now, the cons: Electric-- Aweful;
build quality-- more squeaks and
rattles after 41K than my F250 Diesel
had after 100K miles; Door panels have
fallen off, switches break; and I don't
know how the headlights pass DOT.
I'll run this one into the ground, and
doubt I'll get another... not even a
Try using more than glue to hold the
car together? And what's with the DRLs
and how they're wired!?!
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