For what I paid - 12Gs for a car that has 16K on the clock and almost every option known to mankind - this car is a great value. Keep in mind that in many ways it's just "very adequate". It's comfortable and drives very smoothly. The 2-tone leather interior looks very nice. The car heats up very quickly. Gas mileage is good - 24 city, 29ish on the highway. The engine is adequate - enough to get you around without saying "man, what a dog", but I wouldn't call it quick. The transmission is smooth, but it does want to shift quickly unless you put your foot down.
I like the info center - compass, air temp, gas mileage, etc. I only wish you could have temp and compass at the same time.
The trunk is huge, and the back seats fold forward, making it even bigger.
Cons? It has darn near every safety option EXCEPT ABS brakes. That's weird.
The stereo blows. It's a tin box with no bass, and a CD player that has about a 10 second access time.
The handling is, like most aspects of this car, very adequate. That's it. There's nothing bad about it, but it just under-steers like mad if you push it. My old Grand Prix had much crisper handling.
Bottom line - nothing in this car "shines", but everything works well. For the money, to get you to work and back, this is a great car. What else costs so little?