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Old 28 Jun 2003, 09:53 pm
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Default Re: Advice on a sports car purchase (celica, eclipse, rsx, and tib)

Go test drive an Eclipse and I'm pretty sure you'll eliminate that one right
away.

The Tiburon drives pretty nice, and its a pretty solid car.

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"Andrew" <analystresearch2002@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> I am going to be purchasing a sports car in the next month and I just
> wanted to get some feedback on the board from past owners or
> test-drivers of sports car on what they've found to be good or bad
> with various cars.
>
> I'm looking into the usual suspects:
> Toyota Celica
> Mitsubishi Eclipse
> Acura RSA
> Hyundai Tiburon
>
> I'm really leaning toward the Celica right now because I've heard its
> the most reliable and best interior/exterior design. However, I've
> also heard its not that fast and there are safety concerns about blind
> spots, etc.
>
> Just curious to see if anyone had any strong opinions on these cars -
> any recommendations? What are the tradeoffs with these cars? Also,
> does the trim make a difference? Is there a big diff between Celica
> GT and GTS? Diff's between Eclipse RS, GS, GT, GTS? Its one thing to
> have 4 extra features and more hp, but I'd like to hear really
> people's impressions about these things.
> Would be great to hear your thoughts and experiences with any of these
> cars. Thanks for the help!



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Old 28 Jun 2003, 11:47 pm
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Default Re: Advice on a sports car purchase (celica, eclipse, rsx, and tib)

At least the Tiburon has a V6, standard.



mike hunt



noway wrote:
>
> Go test drive an Eclipse and I'm pretty sure you'll eliminate that one right
> away.
>
> The Tiburon drives pretty nice, and its a pretty solid car.
>
> www.edmunds.com
>
> "Andrew" <analystresearch2002@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:43cf64b0.0306280743.33002406@posting.google.c om...
> > I am going to be purchasing a sports car in the next month and I just
> > wanted to get some feedback on the board from past owners or
> > test-drivers of sports car on what they've found to be good or bad
> > with various cars.
> >
> > I'm looking into the usual suspects:
> > Toyota Celica
> > Mitsubishi Eclipse
> > Acura RSA
> > Hyundai Tiburon
> >
> > I'm really leaning toward the Celica right now because I've heard its
> > the most reliable and best interior/exterior design. However, I've
> > also heard its not that fast and there are safety concerns about blind
> > spots, etc.
> >
> > Just curious to see if anyone had any strong opinions on these cars -
> > any recommendations? What are the tradeoffs with these cars? Also,
> > does the trim make a difference? Is there a big diff between Celica
> > GT and GTS? Diff's between Eclipse RS, GS, GT, GTS? Its one thing to
> > have 4 extra features and more hp, but I'd like to hear really
> > people's impressions about these things.
> > Would be great to hear your thoughts and experiences with any of these
> > cars. Thanks for the help!

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