Ample space for yourself and 4 other passengers and lots of legroom for a mid-size Sedan. One of the largest sedan's in it's class. It also manages to maintain 2-33 MPG, and with a 15.5 gallon tank you can take it around 450+ miles between fill ups! It's a great commuter vehicle. It is very responsive for a 4 Cylinder on the Hwy thanks to the CVT transmission and the sound in the car is great. Comes with Hands-free bluetooth calling package and an power moonroof with electronic adjustable driver seat. Very smooth ride and handles nicely.
Parking on the street in front of the house is fine. Or across the street, please don't park in the driveway as I have roommates that I share parking space with.
Dogs or cats welcome. But you are responsible for cleaning pet mess, if there is a pet mess you could be charged a pet cleaning fee. No smoking allowed. Please return the car in the same condition as you received it.
Are you flexible with extra mileage?
How do I unlock the car?
The keyfob is a proximity key. So you just simply walk up to the door and push the button the handle with the key near the door (in your pocket/purse/whatever) or you can use the traditional method of pushing the unlock button on the fob.
How do I start the car?
It's a push to start ignition and keyless. So, make sure that you have the proximity key inside the car with you and then you push the "start" button to the right of the steering wheel to start.
What kind of fuel should I use?
I recommend using only Shell, Chevron, or Texaco gas - 91 unleaded, 89 minimum for the car to run smoothly and get proper fuel efficiency.
Can I take the car on toll roads in California?
There is no Fastrack transponder on the car. So, short answer is no, unless you want a huge ticket. You can take a few of the toll roads that say "tollroads.com" on them like the 241 to Irvine from the 91 for example. But not the 91 hwy express lanes. The tollroads.com toll-roads will allow you to login to the website and make a one-time payment for the toll.