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City driving is estimated to be 20MPG, which you say is what you're getting. You also said you do mostly city driving. I don't quite understand how this is terrible.Report it
Update 2/16/2013: @juscruisin, my comments about disappointing mpg are simple: unless you drive aggressively, this thing feels like a four cyclinder. Torque and horsepower are simply not there unless and should not be this taxing unless you're really stepping on the gas. A V6 would have been a a much better engine choice for the mpg trade-off. BTW, it turns out I'm actually getting 18mpg (not 20). This car has the worst blind spots of any passenger/family vehicle I have ever driven. Agree rear camera should be standard, but it only helps for parking (not changing lanes). Finding more annoyances and lack of attention to detail. For example: <> Bluetooth unit in my car was faulty - radio needs to be replaced; <> windshield wiper intermittent setting functions backwards vs. delay timer diagram on switch; <> window lock toggle button on driver door does not actually lock any of the windows; driver seat does not adjust intuitively in the same direction as you would expect when you move the power seat levers (movement is there - just not what/how you would expect) I've gotten a lot of complements on the looks and spaciousness of this vehicle. My overall rating and value assessment on it are the same, and I really do enjoy driving it. In retrospect, I probably would have waited at least 1 year to let any design flaws be worked out of such a dramatically redesigned vehicle's first year in production. If you're planning to buy this year, I could suggest you also have a good look at the Ford Escape or Honda CRV.Report it
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