Only PRO is the fuel economy.
Cons: HIGH depreciation, feel every crack in the road, hear everything out side the car, very slow pick up especially trying to get on the highways(you may as well push the car) sport mode is worthless(just revs the engine up but no more pick up) interior looks nice but stains very easy( i kid you not, water stains the seats) I think I'll stop here before Honda tries to sue me.
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.
It's an efficient car and, with the hathback and laying down the seats, can carry a lot of stuff. The Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) System takes a little getting used to, but is kinda neat. It's comfortable for a small person and probably feasible for a mid-sized person; I would not recommend it to a tall person, though; there simply isn't enough leg room.
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