Pretty much got what we paid for. Fun to drive (once you learn how to see out of it), great storage and gas mileage in the 30 mpg range thanks to mostly freeway driving. You get used to the quirky window control placements and cup holder issues. But remotes both failed, radiator sprung a leak and ignition failed (couldn't turn off engine one day). Those thing shouldn't happen in first two years.
Ease of folding down seats, retro look, storage capacity -- holds a bicycle with right set of handlebars.
Air filter more accessible, spare that works on front tires as well.
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