I've had this car for two and a half months. I like most everything about it. The quality seems good. It holds a lot of stuff with the back seats folded down. The acceleration is surprisingly good, especially 0-30. The interior is comfortable. Handling is good; body lean is minimal when cornering. The only downside to this car is the ride. You don't feel the smallest bumps, but a somewhat bigger bump, like an expansion joint in pavement, is bone-jarring. Riding around in this car for more than half an hour starts to get irritating. Also be aware that the car requires the more expensive synthetic oil, but Toyota says you still have to change it every 5K miles.
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