Unless you got an abarth before anyone else your price is way high!Well I am gauging the possibility of selling mine. In my area which is rural Kansas, I have noticed it sucks in snow, mud, and scary in the wind. I purchased mine August 27 2011, it has 4546 miles as of now.
same here.Funny, I piled through 2 feet of snow with mine with no issues and the traction control is surprisingly good on turns with bad weather. You can buy a new one for $16,300 here. Try $14,000 at best.
when i first got my car, i took it on a short road trip to the west side of michigan with a second car following (they were in a jeep patriot). at our first stop for gas, my buddy complained about the wind pushing his car around on the highway. it was a pretty windy day but, i had noticed nothing so we traded cars for a little bit and it was very noticeable in his car.As for wind...
I live against the foothills in Colorado, work literally 5 minutes down the road from the National Wind Technology Center (the nation's premier wind energy technology research facility - according to their site) and located in a natural wind tunnel (funnels wind off the mountains and from the mouths of several canyons). We get high winds, gusty winds, steady winds all the freaking time...enough to make me curse on a weekly basis. I have more problems walking across the lot to get into my car then I do driving my car.