It's a pretty good car except for the starting problems.
At 77,000 miles the car would not start. The engine would crank, but the engine would not start. The electric door locks would lock, but not unlock. This happened at least three times. An independent service provider charged $500 to replace the fuel pump. This did not fix the problem. Another independent service provider discovered the fuse block was corroded. An OBD II reader could not access the diagnostics computer. The fuse block and wiring were replaced for $450. This appears to have corrected the problem.
The car looks good and runs good, when it runs.
It gets pretty good gas mileage.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 9th May, 2009