The C70 is best in class. Its
competitors are BMW 3 series and
Mercedes CLK. For the money, you get
more engine and features with the C70,
by far. That said, we love our '98
Cross Country wagon and don't think the
C70 convertible is close in terms of
quality, esp for the price. But, if
you want a 4-seater, Euro convertible,
the c70 is a blast and affordable.
I've got every option except 15 inch
tires and GPS system. Favorite
features: Top down driving, Pro-Logic
stereo, seat heaters
Visibility is poor, esp rear window and
windshield frame, both a consequence of
convertible format. Pwr steering fluid
ran low at 8k miles, producing spooky
howl on low speed turns (fixed now).
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