Bought this to replace hubby's 10-year old Chrysler Sebring convertible. Hubby is 6'4" & fits well in the car. He loves everything about it. I am a bit pickier. Overall, it drives well, is mostly comfy (front head rests annoying), & has great storage for our 2 small kids w/car seats & a stroller in back. I drive a 2004 Toyota RAV4 (base model) & there are things my RAV has that this doesn't, like cup holders that adjust (this car has lots of cup holders, but only 2 hold a 20 oz. bottle), stereo controls on the steering wheel, & a cargo cover. Spare tire & jack cost $75 extra on the Chevy! Would still buy again because we couldn't afford anything more. Cargo space is worth it.
Air vents at every seat, rear air vent controls, cup holders at every seat, fun to drive, handles well, stereo presets show what each station is on a tab across the bottom.
Make all cup holders big enough to hold a 20oz. bottle, make front cup holders completely adjustable. Add spare tire as standard equipment. Don't make doors automatically unlock when car is put in park. Don't make stereo volume adjust according to speed of car~annoying!!!
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