It's luxury and power combined. You can see your money's worth with all the useful features it offers. Their leather seats are of better quality than its main rivals. The gauges are very visible at any time. The state-of the-art voice navigation system is both useful and amusing. Though the passengers in the back may feel a little suffocated, the front passengers on the other hand enjoys ample amount of legroom, but you can be less greedy & move the front seats forward to compensate the lack of space in the back. They left very little room, if none, for after-market refinements. Its Power is more than what you need for day-to-day commute. It's a head turner on the road.
The voice activated navi sys. The 18" wheels. Standard chrome tip exhausts. Parking assist sensors. Cruise control with sensor. The exterior and interior design. Comfortable seats. Power seat with various settings. Push button ignition. Keyless entry. Push button lock by the door handle.
Adjusment buttons are lit, but the labels aren't, which makes it hard to tell at night what those lit buttons are for. More legroom in the back please, it's a sedan, not a coupe.
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