As stated I just inherited a 2017 Mirage G4 ES CVT in Wine RED with almost 54,000 miles on it. I have been driving it for about a week and it seems decent enough. I have a 30 mile one way commute to work on mostly 55 MPH marked highway (so ~65 MPH actual speed) and it handles it fairly well. The vague and sensitive steering takes a little getting used to and the CVT seems easy to confuse and isn't nearly as smooth as I expected. I give them lots of credit for designing a little tiny car that a fat man like me can actually get in and out of. I am actually enjoying the car so, yeah, I'm kind of impressed. It does what it's supposed to do with very little drama. The CVT has me worried due to all the bad press they get. It's due for a major service at 60,000 miles per the manual so the dealer service center should change out the transmission fluid and hopefully get it to live a nice long life. Also considering an aftermarket powertrain warranty for a bit of piece of mind with that CVT. I will consult with the dealer to see if they have one they recommend before getting any aftermarket warranty. I have done some research on repairs and replacement parts and most don't seem too badly priced but, oh those tire prices! I expected the tires to be cheap, but I was wrong there. Thanks for having me. And thanks in advance for all the advice and answers to my stupid questions that are sure to come in the future!