Initially, I loved the car. Into 1-2 months, the car was taken in for various concerns, mostly brakes, then later in the months for check engine light, rattling. The dealership supposedly resolved the issues. Why was it necessary to go back on many occasions, especially for the brake work? And why did the check engine light come on (this was not filling up the gas tank related)? I am now questioning the reliability of the car. All I want is a good car, with good gas mileage, and looks good.
I love the color of interior and exterior. The knob locations are good. The seats are comfortable.
Need steering wheel to be closer. The gas mileage is not what was advertised on the sticker. The wheel covers are too easy to be scuffed up. Air bags should be standard everywhere in the car, not as a packaged deal.
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