Alright, I think this car is great. More specifically a car that is made for me. If you're a new driver this has the proper features to teach you good driving like a lower hp so you aren't getting reckless and learning how to accelerate and decelerate properly. I've never learned stick so I got the sport auto which is really cool. I can learn how to handle the gears and rpm to practice smooth driving. So I would def suggest sport auto too against manual. Not an expert driver but the feel it has when driving is nice. The xtra features with sport is def worth the cost. The road noise kinda loud but you can hear your engine and hear the revs. Again, I think sport auto is a great learner car.
small car comes in handy, paddle shifters r great for those who don't know manual but want to learn one day, driving is fun every time, space is great, speakers nice(bass nice), mass cup holders, mpg pretty good, fog lights look cool, spoiler and underbody kit looks cool too
the bulbous shape of the car is not the most attractive, but the sport model still looks pretty awesome. vision could use a little work on the driver's side rear view but it not bad. it is tough to get higher mph. it can go up to say 90 but you might cringe a little. but 0-60 really not bad
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