We traded in a F150 for 2 fits, so of course the gas mileage is better. Its a good car, floor mats, cruise control, tinted windows, ipod connection all thrown in by dealer. Price wise is good. We pay the same payments for two fits as we did for the F150. Gas mileage good in the beginning, but dropped off majorly after 6 months of driving,in both cars. Tires are an issue. Almost as if they are out of balance, but after taking it to dealer, I was told the tires just need to warm up. Never heard of such a thing. Getting a second opinion on that one. Good car. Depends on what you want and how much you want to spend.
ipod connection, stereo, cruise control, lots of storage. I bought $700 worth of groceries and it all fit with extra room.
Better wipers, more HP, fix bumpiness, better battery for colder weather. Tires give bumpy ride until warmed up.Almost as if they are out of balance, had them rebalanced didn't fix it. Gas mileage dropped after 6 months from 35mpg to 20mpg. Dew collects on inside on cold nights. Fix blind spots
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