An impressive sports car, but not designed for everyday driving
This car is not a good choice for a primary vehicle. First, it is expensive to operate, maintain, and repair. For example, the headlights must be replaced at a dealership or auto shop. The car requires premium gas. Most frustratingly, the convertible top has a design defect, whereby water gets into the motor, which subsequently fails. This has happened twice for me, and I have refused to have it fixed the second time. The dealership says the labor and parts cost $2400 to repair this issue. Second, the ride is very bumpy, which makes long trips uncomfortable. The seats do not have lumbar adjustments, which compounds this issue. However, for the occasional drive, the car is very fun. The handling is tight, as a sports car should be, and the acceleration is equally impressive.