First 6000 miles are uneventful. The
attention to detail is amazing. I
need to make excuses to not drive this
car all the time.
Getting an average of 29.5 mpg (60%
highway) is a little disappointing but
has been improving with time.
The ride is not too soft but soft
enough for the horrible roads around
here, especially for my neck problems.
The acceleration is more like a big
block V8 with the fuel economy of a
Corolla. Handling is very confident
and I don't even need to slow down on
highway entrance ramps.
I love the safety features, which
include very refined brakes, head
curtain airbags, and standard yaw
control. The computer is easy to use.
This car is advanced over most
everything else in many categories:
fit and finish, interior comfort,
interior styling and materials,
seating position, transmission,
aerodynamics, options such as the
panoramic roof, and Harmon Kardon 5
channel stereo w/ dash mounted 6 CD
Wish the rear cupholders were more
accessible (they are inside the middle
arm rest). The optional HID headlights
are bright and have too sharp a cut
off on the horizon. Wish it was easier
to hook up a cell phone or DVD player
to the Command System. The two closer
dealers are greedy.
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