Whoever made those edits did a good job. It comes off as impartial, as it should, yet includes some of the positive reviews and mentions a bunch of awards.
But I still take issue with the word "mostly" in this sentence:
"has been met with mostly negative reviews in Europe, Australia, and North America"
It implies someone did a count of pass/fail reviews in those 3 regions and most were fails (below 5/10 on rankings). I doubt that's true.
Do you think an argument could be made for dropping that word (and yes, I realize I'm splitting hairs)? I'm confident if I did an analysis of the Canadian reviews, most are positive (> 5/10 ranking).
I think it would be correct to say that the car met with "some very negative reviews..."
Also: I wonder if there's precedent for adding a dedicated "Awards" sub-section to a car's wiki page? (Rather than embedding them in the "in positive reviews..." paragraph).
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