Front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive can be specified for most trims.
The four-cylinder engine delivers immediate acceleration for navigating busy city streets.
The handling is decently composed and feels nimble.
The effort required to steer is balanced and suited for most driving situations.
The brakes offer a strong and linear stopping force and the firm pedal makes it easy to manage.
Advanced safety and driver aids come standard with the base trim.
Excellent safety ratings give a sense of security for the potential buyer.
Stepping into the cabin is effortless with its low ride height.
The cloth upholstery has a good fit and finish.
The ride quality is compliant and stable.
External noise from the tires and wind is attenuated well.
It is a fuel efficient vehicle, especially when used for city driving.
The base trim does not have the option of all-wheel drive.
Its engine was lackluster when keeping up with the highway pace.
Body roll is more noticeable because of the high seating position.
Additional advanced safety and driver aids are only available in higher trim levels.
All trims do not have the option of bigger wheels.
The sunroof only becomes available starting with the Preferred II trim.
Passengers beyond six feet in height may find it tight in both rows of seats.
The seats may be narrow for larger passengers.
Leather upholstery is only available for the Essence and Premium trims.
The amount of buttons in the dashboard make it look dated.