I've owned this car for 4 months now. I don't have one bad thing to say about it. I commute 40 miles each day and I have driven the car to Colorado. The ride is very comfortable, handling is great and I enjoy all the technology. Yes you pay more for the hybrid but with an average of 41 mpg (combo highway and city driving commute), it's worth it. We got an average of 36 mpg when we went to Colorado (a little over 650 miles one way). I was pleasantly surprised by the acceleration when passing trucks on the two lane highways. The only issue I have is with the remote start. It works great but I am not used to or understand why the engineer dies when you open the car door. But at least my car is cooled off or warmed up before I get in it. It's been 2 years now and I'm still in love with car. No issues or problems... Just praises!
Wonderful car. Hybrid/Gas transition smooth as can be. Exceeds EPA mpg rating especially in highway driving where we typically get over 50 mpg. Getting 38 mpg overall since owning. All controls and instrumentation are intuitive and simple to use. Only problem we had was a persistent rattle from the rear seat belt connector which the dealer diagnosed and fixed under warranty. We added Weathertech floormats to protect the car because we live in a climate with harsh winters.
This hybrid has great mileage in a very safe and responsive car. I love the acceleration! It also is totally trouble free!! The trunk is spacious and the car is very comfortable. I'm 6' 3" tall and I find the car roomy. I love the backup camera (how did I live without it)! The adaptive cruise conrol makes longer trips stress free.