This car is really great to drive-
especially when passing people. The
turbo makes the car fun, but the
interior layout (the back seats fold
down flat to double trunk space) makes
The back seat doesn't have a lot of leg
room, but for a semi-compact car it's
I've heard several people complain
of the cloth seats pilling, but I
haven't really had any problems. My
dealership dealt w/the problems I've
had (a radio that made the alarm
randomly go off & a bad heated mirror)
quickly & w/o any hassles.
The factory cd changer is ridiculous.
It's much cheaper & as simple to buy
from somewhere else & either do it
yourself, or get it installed.
The color of the dash lights (blue &
red - modeled after airport runway
Accelerates without any lag or
Power seats-especially since everything
else in the car is power. Instead,
there's a lever to crank the seat
higher or lower, a knob (in an awkward
location) to adjust the angle of the
back of the seat, & a handle to move
the seat forward/backward.
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