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I love this car
by GULAM from baltimore | April 30, 2012
I bought this car used(18k miles) , I have been driving this car for 4 days now and already started loving it. since it's 2002 it's dont have may options like the new car does, but if you talk about performance nothing like it.
I also love the sound of the exaust.
It's great but it needs a quieter exaust even though thats not the point it could be done. My'n is a volante it as well priced and I just got it and its fantastic and the reliability could be better but 5 stars overal.