u/leafleap over in r/autos says, and I quote . . .
Now I want one
That 40.2 looks brilliant. It'll probably be more than I want to spend, but I like the look. I'm at the age (35) where I want more space than my Civic two door offers, but I'm single with no kids and have no interest in a full size SUV. Give me a car with a small footprint, roof rack, fold down back seats, space for four adults, AWD and a tight turning radius and I'm sold.