Impressions: Looks good, but I will be changing the decklid panel, front splitter, rear spoiler, grill, maybe rear diffuser, lowering it, and obviously getting new wheels. New wheels and Steeda springs are already on the way. This transmission is incredible and I don't miss my manual or the shit Chinese build quality of it for one second. Speaking of Chinese, I bought this as a CPO and the dealer put some crappy Chinese tires on it. Did a street test and spun all the way to 65mph pretty much and still ran a [email protected] according to track apps. This feels much more solid than my 2012. Doesn't handle as well yet, but feels more stable in the corners. Overall grip and steering feel is nowhere close to my 2012 but then again I had a bunch of suspension upgrades on mine (only stock components were the sway bars) and this is bone stock. Power is definitely noticeably more than my tune-only 2012, but not an extreme amount more. Until it hits about 80mph then takes off like a raped ape compared to my 2012. Just insanely more powerful at the top end. Android auto is awesome, I love the cooled seats, smart key/remote start, etc. I feel like this is 20 years more advanced than my 2012. Oh and the factory standard exhaust is louder than my Ford Racing axleback that was on my '12, way louder. Sounds great, don't really see the need for new mufflers until and if I go full exhaust. Gonna be a fun project. I keep saying I won't do a tune, but I probably will. Maybe a supercharger later, since I'm not worried about this motor or transmission handling the power. Will take it to the track in a couple weeks after the wheels go on. Only thing I've done so far is yanked the front plate off and plastidipped the exhaust tips black since the factory finish is terrible. And I got a great deal (I'm in the business and booked it out...let's just say my dealership wouldn't have owned this anywhere close to what I bought it for). They also paid way too much for my car.