so this is the first Toyota I've
owned. The primary thing that
attracted me to this car was the
price. On average, Hondas sell for
about 2-$3,000 more than a Toyota, and
basically the quality and reliability
are the same. I believe that I got
more options for my money than I would
have for a Honda Civic. If money is a
concern, then buy a Toyota. Breaking
is excellent and responsive. If I had
the ABS option, it would be perfect.
Cornering is also responsive; better
than I expected from a small car.
While this is not the 89' Acura Legend
I once owned, this is a wonderful
compact, economical car! I am
confident in my purchase.
Outside temp. gauge is a thoughtful
touch! A/C is cold! Engine power is
ample for this car although it could
use a shot of Red Bull.
The plastic coverings on the doors and
door handles stain very
easily. They could put more cloth on
the doors to make it easier to clean
and make it a more cozy interior.
Seats could be more comfortable, and a
lock on the glove box would help.
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