My mom bought this car under my influence, and she likes it as much as I do. As the title states, nothing is perfect. Some of the flaws/missed things in this car would be the horsepower rating [153 hp], no DRLs, rear air conditioning, traction control/antiskid control, and at least a 5 speed auto to match. However, the rest of the car is nice, with automatic climate control and an available navigation system for under $22K. It has a nice suspension and it's really fun to drive! It's also very flexible, and if your family is small, then you won't need to worry about space. At least consider this car if you're looking for something versatile and small.
The automatic/manual shift feature, under-seat storage space, adequate gas mileage, good braking/handling, nicely built, solid engine with a sporty growl, nicely designed for the conservative.
Rear air conditioning, optional engine [perhaps, supercharger?], 5 speed auto [like in the Mazda3], available DRLs, tire pressure GAUGES, armrests for passenger and outboard in the 2nd row seats, better navi screen, power sliding doors, and maybe an uprated stereo system. Even though, still fine.
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