Review by Cleveland Plain Dealer auto
editor says the car is "less than
mediocre" because the car shudders and
shakes over the slightest road bumps as
does the steering wheel. Poor rear
visibility with top up due to large non-
adjustable rear seat head rests and
blind spot from side of top. Would
like auto lock and unlock latches for
top as in BMW 3 series. Would like
automatic boot for top as in Audi
Cabriolet even if it would cost some
more. Would like option of body side
moldings as on 2003 model. Seat belts
don't move easily when tethered in belt
hoder which also unlatches.
body style like my SC 430 but was
terrible on winter roads and in snow.
Can seat 5 easily, but hard to get into
and out of back seat due to placement
of seat belt.
Smaller adjustible rear seat headrests.
Body side moldings to protect from
dings. Auto release and lock top
latch. Automatic boot. Improved
reinforcement of body to decrease
shudder and shaking over road bumps.
My 1991 Celica GT convertible holds the
road better than my 2004
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