Aside from rather poor rear quarter visibility, that impossible-not-to- damage-while-parking lower front clip, and a seeming inability to "memorize" my garage door opener code, the car has been entirely trouble free. The concept is a superb one. Who says station wagons have to be snails? The interior cargo space includes handy grocery racks and a host of fascinating little compartments and such. And, while the interior decor is a bit Spartan, the seats are comfortable and all the controls are conveniently placed.
Other features aside, and acknowledging that it is a matter of taste, I love the styling most of all, though the neck-snapping performance gets more than a casual nod from this reviewer.
Fix that front end height! Head-in parking is highly problematic given the height of most parking-space bumpers.
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