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Not quite a class leader, but still a comfortable, fun to drive open-topget the best price
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Sport models focus on delivering a more aggressive look inside and out on top of SE’s equipment, getting different 17in alloy wheels, ambient interior lighting, a sports steering wheel and sports seats, among other sporty details. We’d stick with the cheaper SE trim, though.
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