Like the styling and comfort, but there are things that I missed completely with the test drive. 1) The bottom of the steering wheel feels like a food grater as the sharp and hard stitching sits above the leather, 2) the navigation system is at least 2-3 years behind in features with only 2D maps and ugly text for street names, 3) the AUX input requires an iPod at full volume, 4) the voice recognition is worthless and unusable, it's wrong at least 75% of the time, 5) when you drive in an "unverified" area (my home of 50 years) there are annoying warnings that don't go away without a lot of attention, and the worst, 6) the steering is so hard my wrists hurt when trying to turn a corner.
Styling, driver's seat comfort, highway driving.
Needs power-steering, replace the navigation system with new technology and up-to-date database including touch-screen, make the steering wheel comfortable to hold rather than painful, iPod interface, use LCD screen for all dashboard controls, don't bother with voice-recognition.
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