:agree: The shifter is in the perfect position, at least for me it is. My wife has asked if I have gotten use to the radio button on the steering wheel, something new to me, told her I don't need to because with my hand comfortablely resting on the shift knob the radio dial is in easy reach!:lol:GMguy said:Interestingly, they gripe about the shifter position, while other reviews have specifically mentioned how well positioned the gearshift handle is.
One in particular raved about the excellent position of the gear knob. thetruthaboutcars.com seems to have problems discovering the truth about the Sky.
Look who advertises big in their mags. Don't bite the hand.drbob said:I for one like sitting in the car and not on the car like I feel in a Miata. I also am over 5'9 (average race car driver size, and size of many "automotive journalists". I do not take the car to race tracks to drive, and I really don't care what the upper limits of handling are, because I drive a little more sensibly.
I am one that if the top is down, so is the speed. In my Capri, if no one is following me, I just creep along (even on the highway). Now if the top is up, so is my speed.
"Automotive Journalists" are for the most part "eletists" Whose personal car is an expensive foreign jobby. They only write to see their self important words in print, not to really relay the truth.