It has four wheels, goes left, right, forward, and backward. The radio plays music. It has no cruise control but if I hold my right foot still it will maintain speed.
Honestly, it's probably the most entertaining five grand I think I could possibly spend on something Japanese with lower miles, a stick, and decent cargo space. The BMW can then be set aside for nice days when I want the top down, sparing it the abuse of Michigan potholes, snow, and short grocery runs.
I'm surprised most of all by the seating comfort. The bolsters hug nicely, there's plenty of thigh and back support, and it feels like I'm being cocooned by cushy foam. It doesn't shift as slickly as a Miata with a slightly notchy and rubbery feel but it's enough to make mundane local trips interesting. Thanks to plenty of suspension travel the drive from Houston to San Antonio was quite smooth.