Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Overhead Airbags, Traction Control, Side Airbags, Air Conditioning
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 82K Miles, Blue/Black
I've owned this car for one year now, and have had no major problems. I've put almost 20k miles on since I bought it. Routine oil changes and a transmission flush are basically all I've had to do, oh and new tires. I think I had to replace a couple belts recently too. Handles well enough in the snow with standard all-season tires. There isn't a lot of passenger room - two adults up front and a teenager in back is pretty crowded, but most of the time it's just me and the small children in car seats, and two car seats work okay. I definitely wouldn't want to try 3 though. I mostly use the car for commuting to work and it's great, good gas mileage (33 mpg average, mostly highway).
We bought a 2010 Hyundai Elantra Touring with a manual transmission. It seemed a good deal for my wife's floral business, with ample cargo space and a lively engine. It was not a bad little car, but the suspension was awful and the ride extremely jittery. It seemed to pick up every bump in the road. The basic seats didn't help. The headrests are too far forward and the lumbar support is non-existent. It was unpleasant to drive any distance. In fact it made my wife nauseous. Any cargo being carried was also subjected to a great deal of shaking, which isn't terribly helpful when you are carrying expensive flower arrangements. We traded it in within a month and bought a bigger vehicle. The Elantra might be alright for running down to the store, but not much more.
Economical (36 mpg hwy) and good price yet comfortable and quality you can feel.