Statement below claims "it is almost impossible to do a 0-60 run in real world driving". He/she certainly was not discussing how much he/she cared about 0-60 times, he/she was discussing why others should not be dissappointed about "1/2 a second", based solely on their own lack of ability to drive 0-60. So no, he/she was not speaking for themselves.He/she is speaking for himself!!!
But I couldn't agree more. And I'll speak for all who chose the Sport over the 2.0. The Sport is a significantly quicker car than the 2.0, handles better, looks better, and for no where near significantly more money. And that's the bottom line. That's why he didn't buy a 2.0.
Most of us feel the Sport could be more, but honestly every car could be more. For now the Sport is what it is, and that's a great car. For those who feel that isn't enough, then go elsewhere. And just because we're happy with our Sports doesn't mean we don't look forward to more performance.
My point was if he can tell me not to care about a certain performance level, I can suggest the same thing to them. It was rhetorical, aimed at anyone who is complaining about those of us who are expressing disappointment.
It is funny how much emphasis we're all putting on a half second of 0-60 time, when it's almost impossible to do a 0-60 run in real world driving.