For the cost, one certainly can buy a better car. Road noise, wind noise and seat comfort should be hallmarks of a luxury car. This car fails each catagory. The Michelin tires are the wrong tire for this car. They wear poorly and are virtually impossible to balance properly. If the car has a problem they can't fix, they treat you like the plague instead of admitting the problem - a fatal GM flaw. Engine is totally underpowered. It does get good gas mileage.
Make this a true luxury car - not only in price. Drive the Lexus and Infiniti to find what a luxury car should be.
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