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by Exotic Car Entusiast from PA | October 6, 2008
This car is unbelievable but the price tag also is unbelievable. Performance is awesome, Handling is a not so great. It is a bigger car so you have to expect that the handling wont be so great. Overall its an awesome car to look at and fun to drive. Trust me you will get looks in this car.
it handles like a boat the braking could be approved and could be alot cheaper and somebody i no also has this car and they said they liked vipers better and he doesnt believe in spending more money then he has to