+fuel economy-I really am getting 33mpg
on the highways@70mph
+fun to drive-excellent pick up for a
+multi click driver's side window to go
all the way up or all the way down-very
handy for paying tolls and for parking
-The turning radius seems large, so
getting out a parking spot requires
alot of steering wheel movement
-bucket seats are not that well padded
The drivers side map light was
sticking, my dealership replaced it for
free, and then noticed that after a
month of driving, the bucket seat cloth
was being pulled from its seams. They
fixed that too without any cost.
Excellent cornering, love the automatic
climate control in a sporty car, even
in the 30-40F cold mornings, the car
takes just 2 minutes to warm up the
engine enough to start the heater.
+extra padding on the bucket seats
+better radio and speakers in the non
+fuel tank cap should just be tethered
to the fuel tank rather than "hooked"
onto the fuel tank door
A great all around car with good
performance for an automatic. My
commute really stinks, so I wanted the
auto for all the stop and go driving.
It's nice to be able to shift yourself
when traffic isn't bad too. My only
real complaint is that the seat bottoms
are too hard. Guess I'm getting old.
The glove box needs adjusted, it's not
flush with the dash. Also, the seat
fabric by the headrest is comming away
from the plastic that surrounds the
Transmission, looks, handling, engine.
Softer seat bottoms. A bit more
attention to detail. Shouldn't see the
problems with glove box and seat fabric
on an Acura.
Even though this car has nice
suspension, which shows in handling, I
feel every little bump on the freeway
even on the smoothest surface. The
seats do not help since they are as
hard as a rock. It's a fun to drive
car, but the comfort level is this car
is very low. Going to trade this in
and get the new 2003 Accord Coupe.
Interior looks futuristic
Armrest is badly needed. The integras
had armrests. Make HIDs available.