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What would you be doing with your car buying dollars if there was no Solstice...
I agree with those thoughts completely. If I could get myself to cough up the bucks for it I would have had a S2000 already.AeroDave said:I would definatley go for the Miata. I was going to buy one until I discovered the Solstice. I'm not affraid to say I LIKE the Miata even if it is a chick car! Cars like the Miata, Solstice, S2000 and MR2 embody for me what a true roadster is all about; light, simple, fun and within reach of the common man.
I also really like the S2000 but I know I don't have that much to spend on a car right now. Luckily Pontiac is going to provide me with the roadster of my dreams that is not a chick car at reasonable price, right?
I got one from the dealer for a weekend. The interior was better laid out than my Z3, one touch power top (no latches) and the handling was better too. I liked the Z4's 6 speed and it has the same 3.0 L inline 6 that we have in the 3. Price 46kVita said:most definitely saving for a Z4, i just love the styling bmw gave them. very nice cars, never sat in or drove one yet though
im going to have to test drive one when my fiancee starts test driving cars this summer. the price is killer though, as are its linesdav8or said:I got one from the dealer for a weekend. The interior was better laid out than my Z3, one touch power top (no latches) and the handling was better too. I liked the Z4's 6 speed and it has the same 3.0 L inline 6 that we have in the 3. Price 46k
Whoah... sounds like they are scheming to put honda out of businessneed-vert said:according to BON (Blue Oval News) 180,000 units in the first year...rumours of over 200,000 units in year 2 and 3 then reducing to about 150,000 to 170,000 after that. That is a lot of Mustangs and that is the reason why they are so cheap to buy for the car you get...GM failed with that with the now dead f-body...not enough of them to keep the price even with the Mustang and therefore a lot of buyers when to Ford. In 2002, I priced out a loaded Trans Am convertible against a loaded Mustang GT convertible and the T/A was litteraly $10,000 more. So to not leave my loyalty to GM, I bought an S10 Xtreme to wait out the SSR. The SSR came in at $75k Canadian so I sold the Xtreme and I am waiting to see what the Solstice will spell out for the Canadian market...the Mustang looks likely the one to win for me because of the lack of HP and Auto tranny in the Solstice. I know standard is much better, but I need auto because of a bad left knee, can't clutch without being in pain, so how much would that be.