This car is fast, fun and pretty reliable. I've had a few strange things happen. Once the climate control stopped working, but when I got to the dealership it started again and has been fine since. Once the engine light came on but they couldn't figure out why. Someone mentioned that it was because I just got gas. Anyway, it went off and hasn't come on again. Otherwise I've had no problems.
15,500 miles and can't wait for this summer. Only word of caution, get rid of the stock Pirelli tires ASAP. First off, they are only summer and second, the sidewalls are way too weak. You hit a pothole or bump and they are ruined. I switch over to Dunlop Wintersport M3. They also come run- flat. Take much more abuse (regulars), but low - profile in general is a bad idea. Car was totally fine in snow with the Dunlops (they are winter tires). Moondust color is perfect for hiding dirt, finish is fine, interior is perfect. No problems with anything, just get in and turn the key. Very unique. Drive all day and maybe see one other on the road. Can't think of anything else I would rather have.
I have always owned mid priced - full
sized convertibles (Cutlass / Toyota
Solara / etc) and this has been the
nicest, fun to drive, stylish car I
driven. Good power (with the HT
version) and comfortable. The power
top and automatic boot is wonderful
(ever been caught right before a
downpour ?) One touch and your
back on the road. Add the six disc CD
player and power antenna switch (both
simple to install by yourself) and
this car is ready to have fun.
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