This hot little sportster is a eye
catching whiz. Everybody looks,
everybody wants to know how much it is!
I have only one problem--the tilt wheel
does not move the wheel far enough down
or up as other car models do. Other
than that the car is packed with fun
accessories and a nice little learning
curve on how to use them!
Easy convertible top secure, radio
boilerplate, interior quality work,
Design the convertible top so that it
folds and is covered by an automatic
boot such as the Saab and Volvo have.
I purchased this car as a 25th wedding
anniversary present for my wife. She
typically doesn't get excited about
cars, but really went crazy over the
I've had various convertibles for over
17 years. I drove a Z4 and and a
Boxster (tiptronic) for comparison.
TT won out on styling, interior
quality and what I would label as 80%
driving - that stuff we all do during
our daily trips around town. Z4 was a
close competitor, but I just couldn't
get used to the looks. Boxster (with
tiptronic) was a dog to drive around
town, and it's interior was pretty
spartan (read cheap looking) compared
to the other two.
Top - works great.
Wind protection with glass behind the
Stop light performance - pretty quick
for 180 hp and an automatic.
Build quality, interior.
Top - would be nice if it looked a
little more finished when down - like
the Z4 (which has a really world class
top in all respects) and Boxster. Also
would like to see a lined top.
Arm rests - for a lengthy drive it
would be nice to have a center arm
Power plant is acceptable for this kind
of vehicle. Performance is great...
acceleration is superb, although scary.
DMV threat me with revoking my license
is I get another fine. It cruises at 80
mph with no effort. Style and design
provokes in others curiosity and
admiration. It's a simple fun to drive
and owned german roadster. I will not
have it any other way!
Power plant and its capabilities,
handking is awsome, interior space,
trunk size is convenient. Design...
ahead of its time.