Re: Should I buy a Spider for Cruising?
Not my defintion but from the dictionary
v. cruised, cruis·ing, cruis·es
a. To sail or travel about, as for pleasure or reconnaissance.
b. To go or move along, especially in an unhurried or unconcerned fashion: "A whole cache of babies . . . cruised imperiously in their strollers, propelled by their mothers or by pairs of grandmothers" Anne Tyler.
2. To travel at a constant speed or at a speed providing maximum operating efficiency for a sustained period.
a. Informal To move leisurely about an area in the hope of discovering something: taxis cruising for fares.
b. Slang To look for a sexual partner, as in a public place.
4. To inspect a wooded area to determine its lumber yield.
@ Devondan and Spiderme... crusing comfort is all relative. I love my GTV and have happily driven 3 1/2 hours to visit friends down south in it... but lets face it, it aint comfortable compared to doing the same journey in an executive saloon.
If I was doing a lot of motorway driving I'd go for a 156 over a Spider! Depends how much Cluffstar is willing to sacrifice comfort for soft top experience.