That is your opinion, but he loves it, why he dropped 75k on it, I think it looks awesome and from the pax ride its just huge fun. Also never put words in my mouth, makes me angry, when you make up lies about people Mal. Point where I ever said coilovers ruin a car on the road, come on tell me when I have said this? You will find I have not, quality coilovers and properly setup will actually improve the ride of any road car, that is fact, I've done it, several times, the dampers that manufacturers fit are built to a budget and mass produced, good quality dampers, particular British and German ones don't only improve handling, they also improve ride quality. You only have to watch some reviews of latest GT3's to see journalist in shock and awe of how well mannered they are on road, that is because quality dampers, GT4, Lotus, Mclaren, Porsche all really know how to make a car ride and handle fantastic, they make race cars for the road that you can go the shops in. Some companies are not quite there yet, BMW is a great example, M4 GTS, total nightmare on road, particular in wet. Some of the cheaper Chinese brands however should be totally avoided, they offer an improvement on track, but at expense road manners. Your talking to someone who has been modifying cars for a long time, a vast array of cars and I know a little about what I am doing when it comes to suspension and what works, I've never said coilovers ruin a road car, quite the opposite, I said I feel its waste of money based on the car your modding. Having driven a Honda Jazz I had no problem sitting on the motorway at 80mph, it was fine.