It is a beautiful understated car that get's it all done. Some say it lacks character and does not hold up to the competition. Haven't really figured out what those folks are talking about. It has top shelf quality, modern tech and is a blast to drive. All convertibles lack something. The criticism I read is it not one of the cool kids in it's class. Funny though, us owners are having a great time without drawing attention. We enjoy a ride that caters to our needs and not those on the outside. I will own for a very long time. It's a great car.
Hard top convertible with moon roof and extremely comfortable seating.
Spoiler on the truck is stupid. The rear tail could have been designed to be a little more pleasing to the eye.
I just purchased my 2014 Executive and am loving it!
I'm 5'11 and was worried about leg and head room, but it's perfect.
Drives great and I'm getting better than 30mpg on the highway. (on a 200 mile trip with 50/50 top down/top up I came out with 31.5 mpg over two mountain passes)
Turns heads, not too many on the road in Montana so it gets alot of attention.
The hard top is great, I think the ride is quieter than my 2012 Sonata
Have a USB plug in
A little more trunk room - so that a golf bag would fit.
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