Bought this car to take over daily driving duties from a 96 Accord.
As others have mentioned, the front seats are uncomfortable after 15 minutes of driving.
The clutch pedal is very smooth, but it provides no feedback to the driver on dis/engagement.
The steering wheel has a very cheap feel from all of the plastic pieces.
Sight lines look good from the outside, but there is a jump in height of the interior trim that cuts several inches off the bottom of the rear windows.
The car feels as if it was hurried to be finished.
Look at how the mirrors are only 2/3 painted and the dash is about an inch short of the the windshield showing foam insulation as examples.
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