I have a 2016. It is extremely small, too small of a car for how raked they are making the windshields over here. Huge a-pillar holding airbags, can't see past. Center mirror mounted lower in line with your eyes so you can't get away from the soccer mom's and brodozers we have blazing their outrageously brilliant blinding LED lights as well as needing to move around to see through the turns. Have to move around to see to the left around the huge a-pillars to see cars coming in the oncoming lane also. I'm not very tall, but I'm sitting beside the rear of the door frame so I have to get up from my rear end being below knee level when my feet are outside on the ground and slide past the door frame while trying to slide out from under the steering wheel.
Small cars are just too small these days for how they are designing them. I feel like I'm looking out the porthole of a cruise ship trying to see all the while almost pulling out in front of people because as I look around blindspot after blindspot the other car is moving from blindspot to blindspot.
It isn't an issue for most people here in the US because most people can't focus their attention further than as far as they can hold their phone to their face, but for those few of us who still actually drive and operate a motor vehicle, it's dang dangerous to drive. Unfortunately with only 60k miles on it, I still have 100-140k miles to go before I'm ready to get into something else.