- Jan 6, 2005
- monterey, ca, usa
- '03 honda s2k
that's a good point about the insurance, and probably a valid one. the difference in insurance is about equal to difference in financing equals out, but obviously the maintence and cost of replacement parts do not (let's hope i'll never need to).I'm not really a convertible sports car guy, but I've got to go with the S2000 of the two choices you've picked.
Remember, the reason insurance is higher on the BMW is because of the cost of replacement parts. Otherwise, a 2 seat convertible sports car would have higher premiums than a 2 door sports coupe. And you'd still have to pay out of your own pocket for normal maintenance and repair.
Personally, I would go for one of these or one of these if you're feeling sporty.
There's also this Mustang - which looks nice. A little too nice for the price, actually, but it may be worth a call.
i've never been a jag fan, and as for the z, i like them. they're near the top of my (reasonable) list of cars to own though. and mustangs... well, "superchevy" should give you an indication on how i may feel about that.
now a corvette... definitely on that list, but more than what i want to spend on a car right now.