3-Door Hatchback AT shown
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- Fuel economy, small size, drives very well for a small car, Bluetooth, CVT tranny, safety.
- small car, not as good MPG at very high speeds, no auto start or cruise control options.
Purchased As New
I've only had it a little over a week. Toyota reliability history is excellent, but of course is unknown for this car as of yet. I use it as a solo commuter car (my other is an SUV). For one or two people with some luggage it is comfortable and a great car. It handles well and does well in cross winds at 75+ mph on the highway. The auto streaming of bluetooth from my Iphone for music and calls is fantastic. So far only 34 mpg, but its breaking in and running mostly at 80 or so mph. The no-shift CVT tranny is actually pretty smooth.
All round, so far, it is great as a commuter car! If it was my only vehicle, the lack of space may be a problem. But it has a suprising amount of space and comfort for such a small car. Being 10 feet long allows me to park two motorcycles AND the car in my one underground garage space :)
Hope the reveiw is helpful.
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