|Reviewed By||Jeff Stites|
|Price as Tested||$33,140; 3.6-liter SOHC 24-valve i-VTECH V6 with Variable Cylinder Management, 278 hp, 6-sp manual transmission.|
Pleasing new styling. Comfortable interior. Fun to drive with the optional 6-speed manual transmission. Hill Start Assist is a nice feature in combination with the manual trans, and the blind spot video monitor aids in safe lane changes. Features a host of standard equipment, making for a nice interior package — like 360-watt sound system with steering wheel controls, Bluetooth, push-button start, dual climate control, power/heated leather-trimmed seats, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, cruise, tilt/telescoping column, tire pressure monitoring and forward collision warning.
My prefered seating position had the steering wheel hindering the view of the speedometer at freeway speeds. Digital speedo display would be a nice feature.
I definitely could see putting this sport coupe in my garage as a daily driver. Great looks, nice interior and enough horsepower for everyday use.
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