2002 Qvale Mangusta 4.6
Looks great, runs great, great support from the dealer, just needs another 100 ponies under the hood
From what I understand just the normal, mostly weatherstripping, and having a hard time getting a replacement.
Bottoming out under moderate driving conditions.
The car overall is a great car, and the dealer in San Francisco has been the best thing to happen to the automotive world in a long, long time. The people at the dealer have bent over back wards to help me out, and even though I could not afford to buy one of there $100,000 plus lambo's, they treat me like I did.
The car is very good from the start, And on smooth flat roads it will out handle most everything else. But when you toss in a elevation change or a slight dip, you'll see sparks coming out the back in your mirror.
(I wounder what they did on there race car a few years back to avoid grinding a hole in the oil pan)
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 20th July, 2004
Is there a solution for the "bottoming out" issue. What is a 2001 with 5,000 miles worth?
Actually these cars routinely go for around $40,000 USD, plus or minus $5000. Most of the ones I have seen listed are automatics, making the manual a little rarer, but it doesn't seem to affect the price.