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Jen
Jen
Kansas City, Kansas
4.0
Great Fit for me!
I think this vehicle was a very good purchase. I really think that the MPG and feasibility of getting around makes this car one of the best I've ever owned. I needed a car that could get up and go, not kill me at the pump and work with the little space I have for parking. This car did that and more, and I would definitely recommend it to others.
Aleczander
Aleczander
Lawrence, Kansas
5.0
Sporty, Young Adult-focused, Small but powerful
Only being a couple years old, under 70K miles, with one previous owner, I expected it to have minimal issues. The exterior is red as a Honey crisp apple, free of dents (except the intended artistic indentations). The wheels are very dark, seemingly taut, and molded in a way to weather a heavy oncoming snow storm. It is fully automatic, the windows and mirrors, the radio controls, and even the option to utilize secret "manual" options (though it is clearly automatic). When first searching the inside, for cigarette burns around the windows and cushion stairs, I was surprised to find little to no damage. The seats are cloth, almost fully black in color, and convertible with minimal effort. Handling-wise, there's an awfully unexpected kick. It thinks it's a race car even though it's only slightly larger than my previous "clown car" (Scion XA, Toyota). There is little to complain about. The alignment is fine, no jerkiness or hum or screech. The only issues are cosmetic. The radio doesn't tell you the artist playing, the seats aren't self-heating, and the ignition isn't keyless. But these are hardly deal breakers! Those are features of a car in the $20K range, not a sporty college kid car that was roughly $1,000.

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