Drivetrain:Front Wheel Drive
I haven¿t enjoyed a car this much since my Lincoln Mark VIII LSC! The Soul Red on my Signature 6 still takes my breath away when the sun hits it and it just glows. The styling makes other cars look dull, and the interior is awesome with the Napa leather and Sen wood and ultra suede accents. The seats are great, one of the few cars I¿ve ever owned that I don¿t push all the way back (I¿m 6¿4¿ tall) and are firmly supportive without being overbolstered. Performance is great - the low end turbo boost is more like a V8 torque curve than most turbo 4s. I am going to have to budget for a few speeding tickets because it¿s just so tempting to put it in sport mode or row the gearshift like a manual. And still I average 27 mpg in mixed driving! Favorite features - these are the best cooled seats I¿ve ever sat in, put my daughter¿s Tesla to shame. In seconds you feel a chill with the a/c on. The heated steering wheel is also very effective. I absolutely love the heads up display, especially the speed limit readout that apparently reads signs as it changes the moment you pass the sign. The active cruise is very good, ignored vehicles in other lanes quite well. Climate control is fine even in Texas summers which often top 110 F. The handling and ride are excellent - I find myself searching out twisty roads and exploring new detours on my way home. Shortcomings are mainly the infotainment system. The Bose stereo is great, but the slowness of the system to change modes is annoying. My last couple of cars had Ford Synch which just worked faster and more simply. But get real, I don¿t buy a car for the navigation or Pandora, I got it to DRIVE! Besides, with Apple CarPlay it¿s all in the phone anyway. I will probably change from the Falken tires to Michelin¿s next 10K miles. Bottom line I still love the car with 20K miles now and still smile every time I open the garage door. Reliability has been fine, only routine scheduled service thus far. I will be adding an oil catch can at the next service, though, to reduce carbon buildup on the intake valves.Read more reviews at Cars.com
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