Bread truck handling, braking, and acceleration. Rattles and clunks. Cheapest kind of plastic and mouse fur interior. Air conditioning takes a long time to cool down on a hot day. That the vent always defaults to "open" doesn't help. The LED multi-function odometer tries to do too much. Noisy engine when pushed. Automatic transmission can't decide which gear it wants to be in. This car's begging for a stick shift. Gas gauge hard to read.
Big enough. Good standard radio. OK commuter if you're not in a hurry. Relatively comfortable front seats. Light years ahead of Cavalier. Big trunk.
Tighten up the handling. More zip. Better brakes. Hamster fur interior. Better A/C. Vent that defaults to "closed!!" Let the odometer just be an odometer!! Lose the tachometer on automatics, make the gas gauge bigger, and put it where it can be seen easily. In fact, lose the automatic.
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