It would be fair to say that most entry-level US market cars don't get much praise from visitors from this side of the pond. We fetch up at the AvisHertzDollarBudget counter, bleary-eyed after 8-12 hours crammed into an aluminium tube, eventually get handed a solitary key and find, after a search through a car park the size of some English counties, find we have to actually insert said key in a lock, and, shock, manually crank open the glass to eradicate the stale odour of the previous renter's fried chicken dinner. Whadya mean no remote lock 'plipper' or, at the very least, electric front windows?