Relatively inexpensive car, although
you will find cars being sold for twice
the blue book value. These cars are
pretty rare, and one in mint condition
sells for 10k plus. So far the car
continues to surprise me, and the
people left behind me to look at its oh-
so-cool automatic spoiler. For the
average price of a Corrado at about
$4500 to $5000 dollars, you are going
to get a great looking car with a
personality and peppy performance to
boot. Granted it won't stick to corners
like a Lotus, and it won't hit 180mph
like a Ferrari, but for a relatively
inexpensive car that can outperform
things 10 years younger and 5 times the
price... it's a great car.
Easily hits 120 MPH. Looks great. Great
sounding engine. Great acoustics for
sound system. Rarity.
I'd love to have them brought back...
And leave the cup holders out.
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