I agree - best car I've ever had, in terms of comfort ("like sitting on my living room sofa" friend said after 14 hour drive), features, maintenance, FE.
I put 325K km on our 88 Honda Civic Wagon over 15 years, with way more headaches. As long as tranny holds up with the highway miles that I'm driving now, it will continue to be a great drive.
I'm hoping there will be a swing to fuel cell (hydrogen) before I need another car. Seems less expensive in terms of infrastructure with a shorter "refill time" than plug-ins.
ps my lifetime is down to 5.4L/100km, just haven't updated Fuelly for a while
Unfortunately, hydrogen isn't the answer -- at least currently. The problem is we don't have a good way to extract hydrogen from the air; current methods to "create" hydrogen costs more energy than is created. For hydrogen to become an answer, we need to have a major breakthrough.