Here are a few things for you to check out.It looks mint!
And it's a manual trans btw.
Thought I would throw in that it's great on gas, looks great, has a manual top opening/closing, uses regular unleaded gas, not so great for people over 6'3" tall, the trunk space requires you to be creative when packing even with the top up, the original Goodyear RSA tires suck in the rain (ok dry too), it's a summer car (comes with summer tires) but can be driven in the snow with the proper tires, in case you hadn't noticed it's a two seater, the cup-holder by the passenger knees is prone to sticking or breaking, the cup-holder between the seat by the "waterfall" is awkward to get at, but the main reason to get it is it handles like it's on rails and is fun to drive.manual or auto trans?
2006 did not have traction control or electronic stability control. 2006 did not have a button on the door for lock/unlock, so you have to use the key fob to lock it up. The 2006 was rated at 177 horsepower versus 173 for the later years. 2006 manual transmission had a larger gap between 2nd and 3rd gears that the following years. No turbo engines in the 2006 year.
I'm sure there are a few other differences, but I'm doing this off the top of my head. :sorry: