2004 hpt auto. very comfortable front
seats for tall and big poeple. great
engine and transmission. love all the
safety features. sound system rocks.
last but far from least, classic
timeless lines and appearance.
i would like a bell chime when doors
are locked/unlocked via the remote
entry key chain.
An all-court player, the C70 combines
luxury, performance, and comfort in a
stylish package that's fun to drive.
While there are a lot of good-looking
cars on the road these days, it still
turns heads and we can still tool around
town with tall friends in the back seat.
You'll feel a lot of confidence on the
on-ramps, and maintenance has been oil
Dolby ProLogic stereo system. Luxurious
(heated) front seats. Wind screen.
Make the center speaker flush on the
dash like on the S60. Lose the mast
antenna. Speed up the seat-forward and
power roof operations.
The C70 is the best of all worlds. Fun
to drive, full of safety features,
reliability and great performance. The
optional wind screen lets me enjoy the
fresh air and sunshine, and my hair
doesn't even get messed up! The C70
has great acceleration and provides a
smooth ride. I love this car!
Power convertible top - really easy to
use, neat and no fuss.
The levers to move the front seats
forward need to be redesigned. People
can actually sit in the back seats, but
it hard to move the front seats. The
levers are hard to operate - I often
have to use both hands.
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