Drivability and handling is very good.
Mileage is about 600 miles on a tank, and we are very impressed with the economics.
Note that the insurance is slightly higher than I had expected and they indicate it is due to repair costs being higher on a hybrid. However, I think the other pros outweigh this, the only con I can come up with.
I absolutely love seeing 40 MPG on my dash, and love that I only have to fill up maybe every 2 weeks. I love the size of the car because I can fit pretty much anything I need to in it, and my dogs fit perfectly in the back. I love the cloth seats because there are no dead animals I have to sit on. I also love the digital MPH reader.
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