...I have not seen mentioned by others: 1) The front seat belt buckles are very difficult to reach - they’re much lower and more awkward than other cars we drive, especially when wearing winter coats. 2) Very little ground clearance in front. I suppose that’s a price we pay for good aerodynamics. Part of it is our other drivers are an Element, a Ridgeline and a Ford Flex. In those, it’s our habit to just roll up in a parking space on until the tires hit the curb - they all ride pretty high. First time I tried that in the Clarity I was surprised by a grinding sound. Oops! Good news is that there’s a “sacrificial” black plastic piece that I guess serves as a “feeler”. Still, used to a lot more clearance. But so far, that’s about it. The cruise control could be more accurate, but that’s been mentioned elsewhere. Overall, still very pleased.