Pros Traction galore for and plenty of torque. Still maintains a rear wheel drive characteristic. Classy cabin with a near perfect sound system. Good handling even though its a sedan.
Cons It could have flatter body roll in corners, but it is still respectable.
Summary Styling is subjective with any car, but this car just has a high class appearance in virtually any color. The interior is well trimmed and equiped for any buyer. The NVH factor is minimal even for the sport model and it leaves the driver with a high confidence level at any speed and on windy roads. The powerplant has a great deal of grunt at even the lowest RPM's and the transmission is nearly perfect. The sport coupe version of the G is a greter departure in performance than one would expect, but the sedan can hold its own with almost any offering on the road in its price range and a good deal above. Overall this car should appeal to a wide range of buyers. It is difficult to point out anything wrong with the car. The CNET reveiwers didn't know how to operate the system since they apparently overlooked the fact that it is a touch screen and has voice commands that work even for English challenged individuals. The musicbox can also be searched by album and artist easily as well. On the performance side, I can't seem to get this vehicle to loose its grip even on cold rainy nights. I turn off the traction control and tromp the accelerator, only to be dissapointed when it bites hard and accelerates as if the pavement were dry. Simply the Best Bang for the Buck.