My 2000 GT-S has a little over 40,000
miles on it, and I'm still lovin' it.
The car looks great and is one of the
best-handling FWD cars out there.
Buyers should be aware that the engine
on the GT-S can be a little finicky.
Like most Japanense sport coupes, you
have to rev quite high for substantial
power. The benefits are power on-
demand while retaining excellent gas
Styling, handling, performance,
hatchback utility, Toyota quality and
Rearward visibility takes some getting
used to; suspension may be too stiff
for some; OEM CD player is lousy
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