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This is a boring car. But if all you want is a no-nonsense run-about that's cheap and doesn't keep reminding you of its cheapness, then you and this are made for each other.
If you idea of comfort is space for four, then well, the Eon is pretty comfortable. Ride quality will not set new benchmarks, but meets most of them.
The government can get things done faster than the Eon trying to get on top of a hill. This isn't a powerful car. But on flat city roads with slow moving traffic, performance is adequate.
The Eon definitely has design details that hides the fact that it's a cheap car. Yet, it's not what you'd call funky. Besides driving around in one also means that your idea of an exciting time is bumper cars in the neighbourhood mall.
Rather good. Despite it not being German. And despite it not costing an arm and a leg.
Very unlikely to be on its roof. But with so little power, you should consider yourself extraordinary if you actually manage to get the car into a stupid position.
For its size this car is spacious for four, has enough room for luggage, and can fit into the most impossible of parking slots. If you're wondering, yes, it's highly practical.
Of course, it can't reduce the price of petrol for you. But if you can't afford to run an Eon, chances are you should consider walking.