I have found my Toyota Solara convertible to be a very satisfying automobile. Converting it to an open car takes slightly less than 10 seconds. The top and the four windows all go down with the touch of one button. The button, unfortunately, is partially hidden behind the steering column and cannot be seen easily. A minor criticism -- but it's difficult to fault the car. The ride and quietness feel like a much more expensive car. Especially the quietness which is unusual for a convertible -- and is greatly appreciated. I have driven the car 5,000 miles with absolutely no adjustments or service required. I have owned many new cars and this Solara ranks with the best. At it's price, it is a bargain.
Quietness over the road -- quality of fit and finish -- styling, both interior and exterior, very good -- convertible top ease of use -- excellent std. equipment sound system -- all options included in price.
Rear seat headrests are too high and not removable or adjustable -- relocate those switches which are difficult to reach -- there should be more exterior paint colors offered.
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