Fuel-efficient four-cylinder engine will save you money at the pump.
Sequential SportShift transmission is fun to drive, combining automatic and manual options in one.
Ride is smooth, comfortable, quiet, and vibration-free.
Composed, on-center feel, even at highway speeds.
Expected to score well in crash and braking tests again, just like last year.
Impressive base and upgraded audio systems.
Navigation system offers spot-on voice recognition.
Generous 61 cubic feet of cargo space.
Comfortable and supportive seats with ample leg room.
Abundance of dealership exterior and interior add-ons for customization.
No V6 or turbocharged four-cylinder engine is available, which some buyer will prefer.
Although four-cylinder engine returns great fuel-economy, acceleration is quite slow. This could be a concern for those who do a lot of merging on the highway.
No cloth seating option is available, which some buyers prefer.
The six-speed transmission does have paddle shifters, but some will still wish for a traditional manual transmission.
Steering is a bit uncommunicative.
Lacking innovative safety features seen in other luxury vehicles in this segment, such as parking sensors, lane-departure warning system, etc.