Most prospective buyers will find the 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder version -- the base engine -- more than adequate, and there is enough power in reserve to have fun on the road. We'd go for the smaller 15-inch over the optional 17-inch wheels just to preserve the ride quality a little bit, but on good roads the larger wheels are fine as well.
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