Here’s a little shot of my cute little car. It is a 1994 Autozam Carol – Me Lady. Autozam cars are manufactured by Suzuki, producers of fine vehicles like the Samurai, and are sold by Mazda. The Me Lady is a sub-model or option package for the Carol. It runs a 650cc “power plant”. I’m guessing the smallest production engine in America is 1.6 liters (1600cc), to give you some perspective on size here.
In the photo, the rag top sun roof is open; you can see it gathered at the top rear. I probably should have take the shot from a higher angle to show that a little more. Although the car is small and cheap, it has: rear window defrost; fog lamps; purse hooks; power windows; and of course, the above mentioned sun roof.
The biggest problem I have had with the car is that it disappears. I park the car at work, go about my business, and return to the parking lot to find it missing. In fact, it does not disappear, but it takes such little space that as I walk far enough for about half the space to be visible, I still can’t see it. Momentarily, my tension level rises until I see it is still there.
I parked very close to the left and front to exaggerate the unused space. Unfortunately, the oversized “minivan” that had parked in front of Me Lady pulled out just before I could snap the shot. That would have been even better.