I was fortunate enough to actually find an EX-L in
I was fortunate enough to actually find an EX-L in Charcoal grey. Fully loaded. This car has one of the smoothest rides, most comfortable seating, and a cockpit that has everything at your fingertips. Honda designers hit a gramd slam on this ine. This is the best civic yet. Average 40-46 mpg on highway, and 35-40 around town using the Econ button. I would highly recommend this car to family and friends. The fit and finish is impeccable, and the quietest rides of any I have driven in its class.
After anxiously awaiting a "total redesign" of the new Honda
After anxiously awaiting a "total redesign" of the new Honda Ridgeline, I was very disappointed !..Bought the Touring edition, had a reasonable ride, the back seat, was near impossible to access, as the doors only opened to about 45%, the tailgate can't be locked, negating installing bed cover!. Infotainment system was so difficult to manage(no knobs) I had at least 3 defects..within first week of ownership (rusty wheel nuts,deformed leather on pass seat,inoperative tailgate latch)..didn't meet up to my expectations for a Honda! and we have a '16 Accord EX-L which..has had a recall, back-up camera failure, & vibration, within the first 5,000 kilos!..Honda is slipping and resting on its laurels!
To be the least bit competitive, a sport sedan must
To be the least bit competitive, a sport sedan must perform well across most categories. Thanks to its electronics and uninspiring tires, the Giulia can be a little bit hit-and-miss when it comes to handling but not so much than you don't look for any excuse to go for a spirited drive.