I have a friend that had a CS for 5 months and was forced to sell because his wife said she would no longer ride in the car due to noise!Scuderia, although I just recently meet someone who was forced to sell his. The wife couldn't take the noise.
I appologize if it was understood from my writing that the "noise" factor would somehow be related to the gear box or the "trac system", which it is of course not.The "gates" to which were referred are worthless exhaust valves that open themselves after 1,500 RPM. There is no such thing as "silent cruising".
The gearbox shift speed nor the traction system have nothing to do with the car's "noise" factor and they do not change with speed. They are constant.
The car is loud no matter how you drive it!
Thanks god they start to reduce finally what they want to take with them, but it needs a extra large Renault Espace, not really my prefered vehicle.Is that the open top car, the wife and kids who take everything including the kitchen sink on vacation? or both:wall:
I know the feeling very well. Last year I sold my Audi A4 convertible and bought a Mercedes station wagon so we could transport everything on family outings, but it was also my daily driver and I really hated driving it, I felt like an undertaker. Now she's got a Renault Scenic and I've got my Saab convertible, all I need now is another Ferrari and I'll be happy again.Thanks god they start to reduce finally what they want to take with them, but it needs a extra large Renault Espace, not really my prefered vehicle.