We've had this car for a month and love it.
Good gas mileage and nice luxury features but you are paying for the name plate and lux features rather than the performance.
Ultimately, this is still the Euro Honda wagon with some upgrades.
It is a fuel-efficient, small engine alternative to the SUV.
As long as those facts are kept in mind and that is what you are after you will love it.
The biggest short-fall for us is that the back-seat is not designed for child seats (sad for a family car).
The buckle is recessed and the seat shape forces the booster right over the buckle making it impossible to use - seat belt extenders are required, and I am not sure what that means for safety.
In case anyone is concerned regarding the child seats, we have no problem with our two booster seats.
I'm not sure what seats the reviewer is talking about (maybe rear-facing) but we have two booster seats and don't need seat belt extenders.
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