If you can share a few things about your ownership of the Fiat 124 Spider, what would it be? The most liked or hated, share them with every one I am sure you won't be the only one.
Shark:The sun visors are useless. I haven't had any trouble with the seat belts.
LOL. Yah, I'm a short, scrawny dude.Shark:
Re: seatbelt buckles, I'm guessing you are not as wide "in the beam" as yours truly. At 6'2" and 280 lbs buckling that belt is a chore...hence the extensions....getting in and out is not a pretty sight either, and with the top up...."fuhget about it"!!! Once I'm in, let the good times roll. Yeah Baby.....
I quite agree with you, but that seems to be the fashion now.Base Classica. Love and hate are such emotional works. I'll use like and dislike.
7- How the radio, in either trim level, juts up off the dashboard. What an incompetent afterthought. Apparently the oil filter and radio designers where "job swapping" The dashboard could have been molded to incorporate the radio/electronic system so easily. On my base Classica, the smaller screen at least only sticks up like a sore thumb, where the infotainment screen on the other trim levels truly looks just like a broken thumb.
Over the winter, I use one of the no-rinse products to wash my cars in the garage. Using the two-bucket method, you can get the car respectably clean, and get rid of the salt and grime -- at least on the exterior body panels. I use an electric space-heater to warm the garage (and the car) to where it's reasonably comfortable.Wash is a problem for me, it's too cold here. I want to take it thru a car wash, but I won't. I'm looking for a decent detailer in my small town, but will wait until warm weather if necessary. Spot wash bird s**t in the mean time.