Will not matter what AutoWeek says,,,,if it isn't built in Europe, they don't like it! I quit reading that rag many years ago. JMOdls6774 said:I just saw a one liner in this weeks AutoWeek that they'd be doing a Solstice road test next week.
I can see it now. :lol:cman321 said:actually what typically happens with an american car is that it is initially reviewed pretty favorably. But when the comparison test rolls around, the car will rank dead last and all of the sudden they will point out a bunch of new and made up flaws.
Great idea, 9 Ball. Think I'll do the same.9_Ball_Slim said:Sooooo, am I the only one here who plans on starting a "Cover Car" collection for the Solstice. I plan framing each magazine cover that features the Solstice, and will hang them in my garage.
Unfortunantly, the framed covers will show up in the garage before the car does, but once I get the car in there, it should look
Don't you just hate that; driving down the road askew.nyca said:the early MX-5 reviews I have read say the car has some comfort problems. hip pain for the driver. for the passenger, the left side footwell intrudes too much and you have to sit at an angle.