We had a 2018 Redline, got it 12/31/17. I say we HAD, until some idiot texting ran a red light and killed it for us. Thankfully the vehicle did what it was designed to do, it absorbed the impact, no physical injuries to my wife or myself, but it did damage our souls, we really loved that car. We ended up with 24,000 on it before it's demise. We had no major problems whatsoever, we did have few a little annoyances. We had taken it on numerous long road trips 2-3000 miles at a time, getting as high as 28 mpg average on some of trips. We had taken numerous day trips with 6 large adults, most 6 foot plus, I'm 6-5 and my son is 6-6, all fitting in comfortably, it was the perfect vehicle for us. We loved it so much we have a 2020 Redline now, a virtual twin to the previous one, there are few changes to the newer one, new interface layout on DIC in the instrument cluster and Imfomat screen, new HD cameras for surround view and more views, the wheel camera view is helpful to prevent kissing the curb with the wheels while parking, no USB port behind the screen, SD card slot and card at the lower USB ports, no more air shutters, be curious to see if that effects mileage at all.