After objectively reviewing sports coupes there were a couple that stood out. BMW 335xi, Nissan 370z, BMW 1M, Audi TTS, Infiniti G35, and then this car. By the numbers, this car has more HP than any o...
After objectively reviewing sports coupes there were a couple that stood out. BMW 335xi, Nissan 370z, BMW 1M, Audi TTS, Infiniti G35, and then this car. By the numbers, this car has more HP than any of the aforementioned coupes, and is, by far, the least expensive. On paper, this car wins; then you get drive it!
I have the 3.8 Track and I can tell you that the black leather interior is artfully done, and the seats have a breathable meshed leather, and are the most comfortable seat in a car I have ever sat in. The Touch-Screen, Blue-Link, Home-Link, RF (no-key) key, etc. gives you more technology, which is easily manipulated, than the Space Shuttle. This car is just plain "loaded".
The car basically drives itself; the power is bountiful and begs to be used. The paddle shifters can be used at will; you don't have to shift into a paddle-shift "mode", and makes passing cars on the freeway that much more fun. The Traction Control makes take-offs, and cornering impressive, and a lot of fun (it can be turned off for even more fun).
The only issue I have is of no fault of its own, the styling. I prefer clean lines more in the style of BMW, and this car is a bit eccentric. However, the car still looks good, it just so happens to drive MUCH better.
This car just changed the sport coupe game!