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Old 12-07-2020, 09:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
oldtamiyaphile
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I wasn't interested first time around, but really want one now.

I guess it's taken a decade for the world to catch up to the design. Goofy headlights gone, decent price for the specs, useful onboard solar, looks good in non-white.

Given the stated performance, I'd view it as a daily eco sports car that out performs a 86/MX5 for similar money, and with a bigger boot (than the MX5).

Narrow body means no more parking lot dings and scuffs. Do your shopping and come back to a car with more fuel than when you arrived

It won't sell well of course because people are afraid of anything even the slightest bit different.

I also really like their 'right to repair' policy.
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