The Cabrio is one of the best deals you
can get on a convertible. There are
lots of things they could improve, but
overall it's a pretty good car. It's
very solid; you don't feel like you're
driving a tin can down the road. You
get an okay amount of power in the
manual transmission version, though
this car could NEVER be classified as
sporty. You can also fit in any
parking space that exists.
I love the lights on the interior; they
light up a nice shade of blue. The
base model doesn't feel stripped down
like a lot of base models do.
This car needs more pep. It doesn't
have a lot of get-up-and-go. The seats
have no lumbar support and are not
comfortable at all. The cup holders
are the WORST. Only a can of soda will
fit without spilling.
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