condition: good cylinders: 4 cylinders drive: rwd fuel: gas odometer: 62300 paint color: black size: compact title status: clean transmission: manual type: convertible
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It's at best bittersweet because I love this car.
Basically the Grand Touring+ version, you get all the standard stuff plus:
Factory installed Bilstein dampers and limited-slip diff
Keyless entry/ignitionBluetooth connectivity (I believe phone only, I usually just use the Aux jack)
Premium Bose Sound
Manual transmission, because c'mon
Power Retractable Hardtop (PRHT) - maybe not great for those looking for a track car, but loads better IMO for a daily (or weekend) driver, and only adds ~80 lbs
Low miles 62,300, of which about 14,000 are mine
No known mechanical issues - only needed oil changes
Only 'major' work the last owner did was install some Pilot Super Sports to replace the pedestrian all-season tires the original owner had on it
The Special Edition (one of only 750 made) has some nice extra goodies:
Gray leather heated seats
Leather-wrapped steering wheel and brake leverAluminum Pedals
Chrome interior accents
Black Mica paint, which I think is gorgeous when it's clean
I don't know, maybe that the PRHT takes 12s to open/close?
Has various exterior dings, scratches, etc. Mostly minor, of the runaway shopping cart assassin/neighbor door dinging/curb rubbing variety that you'd likely see of this age car in the Bay Area. I touched up anything where bare metal was showing.
Foggy headlamps. I never did much about them since they work pretty well at night, plus you'd probably have to replace the covers and seals to really fix. Had this issue already when I bought from the second owner.
Two of the wheels have some decent curb rash, from the original owner.
The driver's seat has some light damage near the door from the original owner, probably from rubbing against it to get in and out
Currently a bit dirty.
Various interior squeaks and rattles because convertible. Not nearly as bad as with a soft top though, and are generally fixed easily with some silicone lubricant or tightening a screw or two.
The second owner installed a USB cable for a dash cam mounted near the rear view mirror. Most of the wiring is not visible, as it's behind the trim/weather stripping.
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