I bought the car for the space and did not want an SUV. The car handles very well and the brakes are excellent. The radio and other controls are simple to use without a lot of needless buttons. The ride is firm but that is what you get with a sports type handling. I drove in a snowstorm back in February and the car handled similar to a Saab I use to have, even with the low profile tires. XM radio is standard with a free 3 month subscription. I thought I did not want it but now I cannot drive without it. Car comes with excellent tires and Consumer report rates the tires well, even in snow.
Built in XM radio. Fold-down rear seats providing huge cargo area. Excellent brakes and handling, along with six airbags.
I think with all the features and the low price, Hyundai saves on the weak paint job. The car's paint could be a liitle more durable and less prone to chips. However, I realize the price of the car is the reason for this.
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