Roomy, quiet, inconspicuous.
2017 Hyundai Sonata
I have had the car for 2 years. I haven't had issues. Maybe twice it wouldn't start and I had to shake the steering wheel to get it going. The car has taken a lot of abuse from my lack of good driving, and it is still in one piece. It feels lightweight on the highway, like the wind could blow it over. It is inconspicuous. I sometimes hear a rattle when accelerating. It could've been caused by something I have done. The car is pretty good with gas. My driving cost me about 5 bucks a day. I runs quiet. Sometimes you forget that it is on or you can think it is on and it is really off. The windows are sturdy because they withstood me trying to break them with my foot or a rock. I 'd locked my keys in the car and wanted to get in. One thing I really do not like is that you cannot lock the car while it's on with no one in it. So when I am warming it up in the winter, I have to hope no one jumps in. The tires and rims withstood a lot of abuse from sudden pot holes. Sometimes I do not know how that car could still be in one piece. It's secure in a way that if car door is open without keys, it would have theft protection to stop the trunk from opening. This good for theft prevention but inconvenient in situations where you really need something from the trunk. It requires an oil change every 7500 miles, but the oil change mechanics will suggest an oil change every 3000 miles, contrary to the suggestion of the manufacturer. It is low maintenance and has enough horsepower. It looks to be small in size, but it is actually pretty roomy, especially for a mid size car.