Fuel economy not as good at 17 - 21, as I had hoped, but better than a Hemi or Silverado, or larger SUV. With gas at $2,50 a gallon, $45 fills her up. Larger gas tank. The designers made some bad choices in the interior, as ashtray is optional in a choice with cup holder, which is attached to the middle fold down arm glove compartment which all in all is just not a great design. Every car should have standard ashtray. Cup holders on an extended arm just asks for drinks to wiggle, shake and spill. The center tray bottom gets dirty quickly and is hard to clean. And the seats and the covering comfy but better scotch, I have the gray metallic, gets dirty easy. Larger visors, better sound.
Quiet running. Steering, handling, and acceleration are good. Cargo space versatile and holds more than larger SUV's. Finishing is nice, auto steer and response good, Look, driveability, auto key entry, fold down seats, auto lights off, auto lights off after fifteen minutes. Seats firm, nice drive, versatile.
Better components, parts, Standard ashtray. Drink holder stadie tested for low spillage, easy clean up. And visors improved with handles to grip being important for elderly and turns overall. Back hook broke off in back. Must improve and get better gas mileage of 5 MPG ideal, keys left
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