How does the shoulder/hip room in the Crossfire compare to the solstice?Well, it was between this and a Chrysler Crossfire. I have always loved the design of the Crossfire. However, I didn't feel like paying the mainenance costs of the Mercedes-based car, especially as they're getting older. I also really wanted a convertible, and if there is one thing I truly do not like about the Crossfire it is the look of the droptop.
I'm curious, in what way had you had enough of the Mustang?Then one day I had finally had enough of the Mustang and decided to stop and look at a local dealership.
My first car was a Fiero and I LOVED that car.
I started with a Triumph TR-4A my uncle gave me. Then came a '74 Spitfire, '66 Mustang, '78 MGB, '84 Fireo, '88 Fiero GT...
I used to drive a friend's 1988 Fiero GT on occasion. I really enjoyed the sensation of the rear-wheel drive with the engine behind the seat & the t-tops off. It sorta felt more like a sports car than a roadster.Bought a Fiero GT when it was a couple of years old. Hadn't been satisfied with my test drives - the suspension basically sucked, but I liked the car, so bought an 87 while waiting for GM to produce one with better suspension and a turbo. When I found a good 88 GT I bought it and did the turbo myself (we were a two Fiero family for awhile).