To its credit, the interior looks good, with the most opulent of features: there is no fifth seat, instead an armrest-cum-control pad. Wood is of the petrochemical variety and makes very little attempt to hide that fact. Everything was power adjustable when it was new, and hopefully some of it retains its functionality - this was not a high point for Korean build quality.
As much as I hate to admit this, the Chairman has grown on me. The styling may be an acquired taste, but I like the strong rear quarter - even if the lights are too small - and the headstone headlights. It's weird, out of the ordinary, and completely bizarre. And if that wasn't good enough, imagine taking it to a Mercedes dealership for servicing.
Michael is a teenager who's been obsessed with cars since he was able to talk, but has no ability in mechanics whatsoever. His daily driver is a manual transmission Nissan Maxima - the Australian Infiniti I30.