I bought the car for gas mileage and ability to still haul a few things, and that's exactly what I got. It goes down the highway fine, and of course is good around town. The standard accessories are nice because it's most of the things you'd "add" anyhow. Disappointed in no center arm rest as a standard option, and the "XM Ready" radio is about as ready as any radio is. It cost $500 more dollars to make it ready, which is very deceiving.
Gas mileage. hatchback with fold down seats.
Center arm rest standard. If it's an XM radio, then equip it. If it's not then it's just a radio and don't list it as such. More cost efficient aluminum wheel option. Black interior not that great. More storage compartments would be nice.
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