So out of the blue decided to call the local Toyota dealer this morning and apparently they had a bunch of c's so I went out to check them out. Also took a bunch of photos, which you can find here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10101086196300713.2996509.1230541&type=1 The Habanero color, which I was personally set on despite the badmouting on this forum, looks way too pastely for my liking. It's actually not bold/bright enough. It's like they had a good color and decided to mellow it out for no apparent reason. A hint of pink where none was necessary. The storage in the back is tiny. I mean, there's more space there than in an iQ for sure, but still, tiny. I feel like you get a large suitcase in there and a coat/laptop bag and that's it. This car doesn't make any sense if you want to go skiing with more than one other person. For me, it would be a downsize from the trunk in my Accord, and it seems kind of silly to buy a new car that would have less space than your 15-year-old beater. In terms of driving â€“ in the photo album you can see what sort of mileage I was getting â€” we did a quick freeway segment and it was very very difficult to drive at 70+ mph without engaging the gas engine. Coasting was not a problem, but putting the slightest pressure on the gas pedal resulted in gas engine turning on (and I'm not new to this â€” have driven many Priuses over the years so I've done it before without a problem). As far as the car being "fun" â€” not really sure, I tried taking some turns too fast, and while I didn't feel like the car was going to turn over, I didn't get the impression that it was on "all four feet" either (think sharp right at 25 mph or so). The radio in the One is absolutely horrible. I mean just ridiculously bad. Super quiet and super dull. They didn't have a Four with the wider tires so I didn't get to try that. Anyway, at this point I'm highly leaning against getting this car.