That is all. Leather looks good, but I'm telling you it's not good quality and will not last.
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PS: Stay AWAY from the mats. The gas pedal sticks to the rubber mat giving you constant linear acceleration. If you like that kind of thing, please spend your $108 happily, but you might not be able to stop the car in gear. :lol:
Don't get me wrong, it can be fun at times. I've learned to shut off the engine, keep driving, unstick the pedal, turn the car back on. Then of course the power steering fails, so I slow to 30km/h so that the electro-hydraulic is forced to kick back in, then speed up. It's cool!
Get the tinting done at a shop that does auto-glass or custom audio/tint and has a good rep... the dealer will just outsource the job to the lowest price shop they have an arangement with anyway. Unless it's mechanical work on the car, the service department usually won't touch it.
The Safety Package is a must, as are the bigger wheels and tires. They make it such a better handling car. As for the other options, the only options I passed on were NAV and leather, and I still debate in my mind about the NAV. The leather just wasn't worth the money to me, since the cloth interior is so nice and the leather isn't heated for cold mornings and cooled/ventilated on hot days (black leather in SoCal scream out for ventilation). For dealer options, I say skip just about everything save wheel locks and cargo net. These give you a bit of piece of mind and convenience.
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