Might as well get this poll out of the way too
yep, and I agree with all of mikester's comments too.Derek said:I got it. I think it makes the car look different. Kinda like having two cars in one
MattG said:Yeah, but for the same money, you could buy a junker car to use for those trips instead!
At 15-20 minutes to put on (and presumably a similar time to remove) and nowhere to store it, I convinced myself I'd never wind up using it as a security feature.SportzNoShr said:4) Better security than the soft top, for those day trips to NYC, when I park it in the wrong neighborhood.
Welcome SportzNoShr,SportzNoShr said:I am WAY down on the lists (#51 in Boston), but have already decided on getting the hardtop:
1) Looks great. As mentioned, almost makes the Elise look like a different car.
2) Makes tracking it easier. Had an M Roadster and couldn't track it without HT, figure it'll be same with this baby.
3) Agree with resale point. IF I ever sell it, original hardtops (and often options, e.g. touring pack) add to desireability. Not sure I will ever sell it though )
4) Better security than the soft top, for those day trips to NYC, when I park it in the wrong neighborhood.