4th Apr 2015, 19:44
Sorry to note that this review imparts little useful information concerning the vehicle being reviewed but lots of insight into the consumer writing the review.
A buyer that's done a poor job determining the type of car they should be driving in terms of their needs, preferences, features, budget and driving style is not a reflection on the vehicle purchased when it ends up not serving the buyer's needs.
Clearly this reviewer was suffering buyer's remorse and had significant issues with the selling dealership that should properly have been addressed in another forum.
6th Apr 2015, 20:08
An alternative could be a Subaru Outback. My brother has one and they've gotten quite large, can handle off roading well, and have a lot of storage and stowage capacity. Only slightly better fuel economy.
18th Jul 2015, 02:12
Interesting how there are always people commenting about haven't you test driven the car in the first place? What is the meaning of such comments? Don't you people know that nobody today buys a car without test driving it? So why comment like that? Do you feel the need to make the moral point? Besides, you seem to forget that when test driving a car, most people are in an emotional state and not all annoying things are noticed.
As for the OP, I have been there too, with different cars, and took an even bigger loss. We all learn from things like that. Can't have it all, but when you have the chance to find something, it's good for us, even with its faults.
18th Jul 2015, 15:31
Interesting how there are always people who will ignore their own shortcomings, like not noticing potential issues during a test drive due to their "emotional state", and instead will brand the vehicle as terrible once they have bought it.
23rd Feb 2016, 02:36
Interesting how so many people will repeat one another, without even reading the reviewer's comment.