Purchased 12/16/2009, now has 4800 miles. Love the quiet, fuel savings and that I'm not polluting when at traffic lights, slow traffic or drive- throughs. It is fun to watch the MPG go up, when non-hybrids MPG's are going down. At the time, Nissan was the only one which qualified for Federal Tax Rebates. It has all the options except Navigation, including leather. A NUVI is a good substitute, still I would have liked in dash navigation.
In town mileage started at 32 now about 33.5 mpg. I agree with Nissan that this is a Hybrid that drives like a Nissan, more sporting than a Prius or Camry. Car in town and on the Highway is very quiet.
R/frt passenger seat is too low and no electric or manual way to raise seat. Daytime driving lights and that when the car is turned off the radio will stay on, as it is one has to reset the car to ACC and the Radio/CD/Bluetooth has to turn back on. Fog lights. Memory driver seat
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