I bought a stick shift car, and I absolutely love my car. How it drives, how it makes me feel. I just love how the mini computer, tells you exactly what is wrong with your car- either tire pressure is too low, or you need a oil change, what your average speed is... all those things, I obviously didn't have in my old, old car. I love how much space I have in my trunk and even in the backseats. I had 3 big suitcases and a backpack in my trunk. The only thing what bothers me sometimes is, that the vents are too small ( and I can barely move them), so if its on low, you can barely feel the cold air, I always have to turn it all the way up.
I have had issues ever since I bought the vehicle! It has already had its transmission rebuilt once and is still having transmission issues! It has been a bad luck car ever since I brought it home and I am regretting not returning it within the 5 days I was able to.
I wouldn't not recommend the vehicle I would warn the consumer that while it is a nicer new vehicle it is a economy sedan to similar vehicles in the market, for the price range you get what you pay for. The mileage is fantastic and so far nothing has broken, however there are several noises that are uneasing to say the least, not necessarily things that make the vehicle go little things like when you roll the Windows down from the main switch you hear either an electrical snap or a cheap plastic toy click, this sound can be heard in several other connected components including the shifter, also with very little miles and almost 100% highway driving the transmission almost always hits heard in and out of 2nd gear. Been contacted for recalls