I don't know that we'll see as much of that this time, since there are Type Rs all over the place - it's not the first Civic Type R to hit our shores anymore.I’d hit it at retail MSRP, but won’t be hitting anything named Civic at 40k+. In that case I’ll wait a year, save 20k and get a C8.
It's not usdm but if you havent seen the s660 go look at it. New school beatI never understood why the coupe has a back seat.
They could cut that out and make a car that was shorter and sportier.
Maybe put a targa top or a soft top on it.
I was hoping for the once fabled S1000.
About 1/2 a S2000.
With a 1 liter engine and less weight.
It could perform really well.
It's cute, for sure, but the MX-5 Miata already owns the incredibly small roadster market in the US. Last year, over 17,000,000 automobiles were sold in the US. Only 7,753 of those were MX-5 Miatas.WTF!!!! That thing would sell like hotcakes in the US! I want one!
at 6’5” I fit pretty good in my friends 85 Fiero and the only reason is that it was mid engine giving the design to have plenty of leg room but yes I tried driving a Miata and it was small btw the fiero went pretty good in the snow just like a VW bugA small, mid-engine car with less than 100 HP and a 0-60 time of 10 seconds? Sounds like a 1984 Pontiac Fiero to me!
I remember when the 88 fiero came out all redesigned it was a shame because they fixed all its problems and it was a decent carThe last production Fiero ever made recently sold at auction for $90,000. It has 582 miles on it.
The original MSRP adjusted for inflation (about $37K) is all I'd be willing to pay for it.
I guess that explains why I like it. I owned a Fiero GT 5 sp.It's cute, for sure, but the MX-5 Miata already owns the incredibly small roadster market in the US. Last year, over 17,000,000 automobiles were sold in the US. Only 7,753 of those were MX-5 Miatas.
A small, mid-engine car with less than 100 HP and a 0-60 time of 10 seconds? Sounds like a 1984 Pontiac Fiero to me!
Oh, but the S660 is inexpensive and efficient? So was a 1989 Geo Metro XFi.