Is no Electronic Stability Control OK/ safe?
My 2001 Toyota Solara Convertible with 200k miles runs great.
But ... it does NOT have Electronic Stability Control, as that safety feature is only mandatory in newer cars. And it doesn't have any roof protection either, as in any convertibles.
Consumer Reports won't recommend any cars that has no ESC.
Should I replace that car with another used/ older car that has that safety feature?
Money is not an issue, though I'm very happy with this paid-off car, and thus very tiny cost for me now.
Thanks so much. I'd appreciate your thoughts.