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by Gary Chan
- Fun! Fun! Fun! to drive
- Rev-happy engine
- Cockpit ergonomics
- Less rear leg room than flying economy-class
- Ride comfort sacrificed for sportscar handling
- Torque steer … whoa, hang on, Nelly!
The last MS3 that I drove was a 2008 model. It was a fun car that stuck to the road like glue. With a few updates and a completely new body, I put in my request for this new model months before it became available eager to see what had changed. Ride-wise it wasn’t too different from the previous version, but the updated interior and controls were welcome improvements.