Feb 28, 2017
Reviewed By Jim Pickering
Price as Tested $50,420: 3.0-liter 300-hp twin-turbo V6 engine, 7-speed automatic transmission, Dynamic Digital Suspension, Sport brakes, speed-sensitive power steering, LED lights, blind spot warning, collision warning with emergency braking, Around View Monitor with moving object detection.
Likes

Heaps of integrated technology include apps for email, calendar, etc. Dual screens give double the interface — no need to lose your Nav map to tune the radio or turn up the heat. Sporty power delivery is just enough to make the commute fun, but it’s not overkill.

Dislikes

Rear seats are cramped at best and ornamental at worst. Tall drivers fit OK, but tall passengers have a harder time getting comfortable in the front seat. Wide turning radius for its size.

Verdict

A fun, fast option for the daily grind, with all the tech integration and safety features you’ll ever need. Want to go faster? There’s a 400-hp Red Sport version.

Fun to Drive
3.0 rating
Fun to Look at
3.0 rating
Overall Experience
3.0 rating
Stats
Horsepower 300
EPA Mileage 20/29

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