Edited by Saabss, 30 October 2008 - 05:15 PM.
Posted 31 October 2008 - 12:51 AM
don't expect a quiet and smooth ride. even in non-sports mode, the suspension may feel a wee bit harsh on the roads, but it's not unlivable. but it's a sports car, after all. handling-wise, it's very sweet, but just don't be looking for R8 quattro performance. it understeers when pushed to the limits.
on the downside, (ignorant) people generally think that it's just a aftermarket modified TT. so if you have a violent objection to been seen in a "mod" car, then this may not be for u.
overall, it would certainly give Cayman/Boxster a run for its money (at a discount), and it's a far better compromise than a Elise for everyday use.
Posted 31 October 2008 - 02:36 AM
Posted 02 November 2008 - 04:04 PM
IMO i find it a pity cuz for me, i would feel that the S2000 is better. and the price you paid for it is good compared to a TTS.
if we were to look at the cars in the market now, the japanese performance cars are getting better in terms of both quality and performance.
although still lose out on built quality and badge appeal, is it worth forking out more money to get something which is equivalent, or sometimes even less performance than their japanese rivals?
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