The little Japanese hatchback doesn't get the recognition it probably deserves
That being said, there are plenty of convenient storage solutions in the SX4, including under the cargo floor.
Owners will also like the relatively-firm suspension that contributes to safe, predictable handling, not to mention the low beltline and large mirrors that maximize visibility. Moreover, they won't need to remove the head restraints when folding the rear seats, which saves time and energy.
On the other hand, just like the Impreza, the steering wheel tilts but does not telescope (only the Matrix offers such a thing). My JLX AWD tester also had a small tank (45 L vs. 50 L for FWD models) which limited the car's range. In fact, when you factor in the real-world fuel consumption average of 11 litres per 100 kilometres, the SX4 barely covers 400 kilometres with a full tank!
In the end, irritants like these don't seem to bother SX4 owners, who spend more time enjoying its commendable driving dynamics, functionality and general reliability.