Toyota makes great cars, and this is no exception. I live in the desert with over 100* on most days in the summer and this vehicle has NO problem driving in hot weather. A very powerful 4-cylinder acts as if it has a 6-cylinder under the hood. Hills and mountains are no problem for this car, it can zip around corners. Changing the oil is a breeze! The oil filter is right next to the drain plug on the front passenger side, thank you Toyota for thinking of the "do it yourselfer".
4-wheel disk brakes, 2.4 L i4 (this car acts like a small 6 cylinder), exterior, sleek, hatch-back design has character, brake lights are clear and bright, stock headlights function very well,
The worst GPS I've ever used. You must have the GPS CD in the DVD slot at all times in order for it to work. It must have an update CD from the dealer in order to update it. Also the driver's seat needs a lower-mid lumbar support. A handle is needed for the outside of the hatch.
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