There were some
good reviews of it. Actually, I'd say about half and half. Mainly those were from sensible people though.
The ones complaining were expecting paddle shifters and tried to drive it aggressively and were pissed off that the computer was choosing it's shifts in order to deliver the best fuel mileage. As noted above though by NLC-KC, the journalists at Motor Trend figured out how to get the most out of it and actually liked it
But aside from Motor Trend, how often have you heard any automotive journalists give glowing reviews of cars with automatic transmissions exclaiming, "And if you really want to have fun and get the most out of this car, buy the automatic! It's worlds of fun! Nothing like those boring
It just doesn't happen.