I came from an SUV and needed something with better mileage. This fit the bill. Auto stop has to be the most annoying feature, tho cup holder placement is a close second. Enough power for most merging situations, but acceleration is not fast and braking is jerky thanks to auto stop. Full of safety features. Features avail on most ex cars not available here and it annoying. Flash drive for music but boo to Honda for making it an Apple only mp3 player. I'm not an Apple lemming, thanks anyway. Feedback from car is adjustable which is nice. I could do without the paddle shifters. It's now ~ 2 months old with ~ 2500 miles on it.
- Mileage. No less than 42 mpg per tank since I brought it home. - Comfy, seats, height adjustment, steering wheel adjust, climate control and speed adjusted volume. - Feedback helps you know how to adjust your driving, but some of it is unrealistic. - Flash drive kills the need to haul CDs around
- Valet Key - Tinted Windows - Features available on any other EX models... 6 disc changer, sunglasses holder, better speakers, radio controls on the steering wheel, etc - For the love of Dog, please move the cup holders. Worst. Placement. Ever. - Real person size storage. Dash is huge, use it!
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