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We took a Honda on a month long business road trip.
It was the most fantastic useful car we ever used.
Don't own one myself, but we sure remember how handy it was, and fast with excellent handling. And very impressive at night, with all the dash lights and gauges.
Weekend adventures and shopping trips were where it really sold us.
do these have AWD optional? if not i'd rather have an AWD crossover. having the option of AWD when going through mud or snow would be well worth the added cost in my opinion.
@ Jay Murph,
I agree, Toyota has become complacent over the last decade. Just trying to ride on a reputation that has been deteriorating over the last decade. It took a crisis and a lot of dead customers before they snapped out of it and decided to try to get things back on track. But that's going to take years to do. I wouldn't touch a Toyota product for at least another 5-10 years after they've had a chance to re-engineer their entire business processes and start producing safe, reliable products again.