im so fed up with all these car magazines slating cars like these , i brought my brera because it looks fantastic , its a coupe so i wasnt expecting a paractical car i was looking for something that stands out and this certainly does , it drives fantastic the engine sounds amazing and the 4 wheel drive gives good traction and handling yes its tight in the back but i dont run a taxi this car is for me and my driving pleasure and so far its given me smiles every inch ive driven it ,yeah buy an audi or a 3series coupe but then again so does everyone else , im an individual and wanted something that reflects my own personality and this car hits bullseye , the cabin is and feels very durable and is so sturdy and looks great , maybe it wont hold its value that well agains BMW's and audis's but who cares cars like these are brought because they stirr the imagination look great and make you feel good and to date ive smiled everytime ive driven it , everytime ive driven it i have had compliments , even my mate who owns an audi tt now wants to partexchange , what car magazine needs to re think the way it rates cars , coupes should not be rated for practicality , space and running costs these cars are brought not for those reasons but for what they look like , and how they do it ,im 6ft2 and fit in
The Brera caused such a hype when it was revealed as a concept car. The steering feels perfect and the loud revving V6 is perfect for the car. You don't get messed up about the MPG either, because it's good. The cabin is full of gadgets. But they don't look stylish enough. This car is perfect for the young buisness boy.
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