Monday I dropped my car off in the body shop to get it repaired after a lady hit me in the side. The insurance company is paying for a rental while it's in the shop. (Thank God, I don't think I could afford 15mpg or less in one of my trucks!) So, Enterprise puts me in a Ford Focus. At first, the car seemed ok, but then I started realizing some things. First, the seat isn't comfortable in the least and doesn't recline well. Second, the blasted thing doesn't have any cruise control!!! How can a brand new 2012, or anything built in the past 10 years for that matter, not have freakin' cruise control! GRRRRR. :grrrrrr: So, the next morning I call Enterprise up and say is there ANY way they could swap me into something that has cruise control. Sure, they say, just stop on by. So, I did. And what do they put me in? A HHR. Now, I've never driven or been in an HHR before, and I must say, it is pretty nice. First of all, it has cruise! arty: It's quite roomy and is comfortable. I also like the fact that I don't have to fall into or crawl out of the seat like I do in my Saturn. It has a 2.4L Ecotech motor in it, the big brother of the 2.2L I have in my Saturn. So far, I'm averaging around 33mpg according to the information center. I'll verify that in a day or 2 when I refuel. Now, I'm not crazy for the instrument cluster in the least. It's sort of a steampunk-type design with the gauges being on various height levels and stuff. Bleh, just give me some nice, generic gauges. The increments are hard to read while driving because the speedometer only has labels every 20mph, and indiscriminate ticks in between to indicate every 5mph. Then there's the stark lack of gauges in general. All it has is speedometer, a relatively tiny tach, and temp gauge. I'd like a little more information about my engine. But, would I buy one? Sure, I could see myself buying a used one. It kinda feels like a Suburban, just smaller. And with a decent mpg.