My choice came down to this car or the
2003 Toyota Corolla. Decision became
easy because there are few Corollas on
dealers' lots. On the other hand, my
local Honda dealer had the models and
colors I wanted. They made me an offer
I couldn't refuse. Overall, I am
Most of the creature comforts that you
could expect in this class. Like the
dash display - can be viewed at a
glance...storage cubbies are just big
enough...courtesy light comes on when
you unlock the driver's door.
Ride is a bit stiff, but that comes
with a compact car I guess. The remote
switch for the power mirrors is too
close to the steering column which
makes it hard to find. 5 stick seems
to be just a bit too far
forward...almost seems that nuetral
should be where 2nd and 4th gear are.
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