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Thread: Mitsubishi Mirage Has A More Responsive Engine Than Porsche Cayman: Car And Driver

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    Ohhhhh.
    What about the number of drivers? I find it takes 2 people to drive when the wife is behind the wheel. She holds the steering wheel while I point out(scream in terror) that following others(tailgating) at highway speeds isn't a great business decision. Fun times!


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    They should redo this test without the seats (except the driver) and make the car even more responsiver. I guess then the Mirage would be the most responsivest car in the whole world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7milesout View Post
    They should redo this test without the seats (except the driver) and make the car even more responsiver. I guess then the Mirage would be the most responsivest car in the whole world!
    That's why a Chevy Corvette or Mazda Miata don't have rear seats. Add rear seats & it would become a slug!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7milesout View Post
    They should redo this test without the seats (except the driver) and make the car even more responsiver. I guess then the Mirage would be the most responsivest car in the whole world!
    Finally a voice of reason in this thread.

    Because there's no way that the Mirage 1.2 can be considered "responsive" when compared to a Porsche Cayman.


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