Always wanted a coveriblle but was afraid of damaging the soft top. The hard top was the perfect solution, not to mention it turns heads as the top goes down. The design keeps the wind turbulence to a minimum for the people in the front seat very well. Hit the gas and zoom your off, love the power of that V6. In the first week I had it in the parking lot at work a guy that owned an Infinity G series convertible mistook it for his car.
2003 Pontiac VibeOpus - Atlanta, GA05/26/2009
A Toyota Matrix in yankee clothing. It's a Toyota so it will probably run forever. Fit and finish is excellent. I'm 6'3" and there is plenty of head room. Rear seats are a bit cramped for older teens and adults. The back seats fold down to create a huge cargo space. Instead of carpet in the cargo area they went with hard plastic. Durable yes but if you don't tie things down they slide all over the place. Averaging 32 MPG on the highway. Lots of little storage areas everywhere and plenty of aux power outlets as well.
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