Overall, I like the car. It looks good, it has plenty of power, steering and braking are good, the ride is fairly decent (depending on the road quality), road noise is very reasonable, it is fairly comfortable, gas mileage is actually surprisingly good and it was a pretty good deal for the price.
The few issues I have are that the celing height is a little low (and I'm only 5'10"), overall stability in the ride is lacking - it seems like you feel every bump, dip of imperfection in the road. The backend also feels very floaty at times especially on the freeway. Also the seat material is not great. Whatever fabric they used seems to get dirty or stained very easily.
In the end, I would recommend the car to someone with the above disclosure.
I have owned this car for almost two months now and I love it. It looks good, it handles well and it has loads of power. It has plenty of room in the front and the back and my teenage soon thinks it's cool! It doesn't have much on the digital readout and it has an MP3 option but I can't figure out how to use it. I was supposed to get an owner's manual but never received one. It would be very helpful and would probably make the car an even greater pleasure to drive.
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