Great car - consistently returns 32+ mpg/600+ miles on a tank, good pickup, and very comfortable. It's the right size, too, and quite roomy in the front seats at least. It's held up pretty well, too, although I must admit that dealer service has more expensive than it was for the Hondas, Toyotas, and Mazdas that I've owned previously. 18 mos & 33k mi in, I still feel that it's a good value and I still like it.
Large fuel tank/long range, comfy seats, good ride/handling, right size, attractive styling, easy to use and painless to drive.
Cars w/cloth seats can't have adjustable lumbar support, a satellite radio tuner, Bluetooth, fold-in mirrors, or fog lights (not even leather cars can get these). The cupholders are AWFUL, the trunk is dinky, and gas/electric transition is clunky sometimes.
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