I own a 4dr manual shift, black on black, bought it 4 years ago and it now has north of 67k miles. One of the few small cars that I can set the driver's seat to my comfort and then sit comfortably behind myself (I am 6'2"). It is a nimble car and fun to drive-great handling. I average about 52 mpg in the summer and about 46 in the winter. Dealer maintenance is a bit pricey but comes at 10k mile intervals. I have no trouble with blind spots or visibility-google how to set your mirrors to avoid blind spots. Good sound system, great brakes, good power, warms up quickly in the winter. New tires at 65k miles. Auto-down on all 4 windows. Have had no problems at all with this car.
Because overall everything is good.
Great gas mileage. Smooth drive. Interior is nice. It's comfortable. It's a nice size car inside and out. Drives well, it's not to fast but it's fast enough when need be.
Bluetooth. Aux. Power windows. CD player.
Just wish it had a sunroof is all.
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