A girls car and that's it, just a girls car
The trunk release didn't work when I bought the car.
Got terrible gas mileage for a car of its size. I mean for a little 4 banger, it pumped out only 138hp.
The thing only got 20 in the city and like 27 on the highway.
I bought this car, after finally explaining to my parents that the s**t box Mazda Protege they bought me, was making me want to drive it into a lake.
Now just as a little back story, I always loved cars growing up. More importantly, American cars and muscle cars, and I know enough to pick myself out a car I would like.
But my mom ended up calling our next door neighbor, who's a car salesman, and made him look for a car for me.
A couple months later, we get a call that he found something, and what is it but a 2008 Hyundai Tiburon GS red with a sunroof. I saw it and said, "hey I used one of these cars in need for speed." After taking it for a ride, I thought it was alright, but my mom apparently fell in love with it, and started saying we have a deal.
On the way over to the sales office, I caught a glimpse of a BEAUTIFUL 2003 Cadillac Deville with a brown canvas top. I stopped over to see it, and immediately fell in love with it. However my mom took one look at it, and said "It's an old mans car, NO!".
The first couple months I had it were good. It got me from A to B. But being six foot one, the car's comfort factor started to concern me. I had to take two other kids to school with me everyday, and honestly if I had to shut the rear hatch, I would tell the passenger in the back to duck.
Driving this car for long distances and short distances, is terrible; being 19 years old and complaining that my back is hurting, is not good.
To sum up the car in the performance department; it's a sheep in wolves clothing. It looks like it can go fast, and even looks like it's going fast standing still, but if you floor it, you're going to be disappointed.
After a year of owning this car, I'd had enough. Me and my dad took the car without my mom knowing, and traded it in on a 2002 Cadillac Deville. Let's just say my mom wasn't too thrilled seeing me come home. On the bright side though, I did walk out of the dealership with 1500 bucks in my pocket.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 25th September, 2012