Disagree with him on the wheels. They look MUCH better in person. I've gotten lots of compliments about them.
And, when the OEM Goodyears are aired up they hoon pretty nicely when it's dry. Wet grip is atrocious, though. The car is up for some hoonage in the dry since all the "eco" things GM did also make for a better-accelerating, better-handling car. If I didn't know any better I'd guess this was the performance version. Lightweight wheels, lighter weight, lower ride height, aero bits, aggressive gearing (for the first 3 anyhow!), and a usable shifter.