Ha ha, you might not be surprised that there's also a 2004 PT Cruiser in our household fleet! Contrary to popular opinion, it is actually one of the best cars we've ever owned! 180,000 miles and still going strong on original engine and transmission. It's got a cavernous cargo capacity, especially with the rear seats removed. It started life as the spouse's kid hauler, then transitioned to daughter's high school / college / first job car, then came back to me as our fourth loaner / beater / errand car, and now it's with our son as his urban combat vehicle while he gets his PhD! Parts are unbelievably cheap, as an example I bought new CV joints / half shafts for both sides for $75 free shipping! It rides great, is quiet, has the best heater in the business. It's completely anonymous and disposable; you can park it anywhere with no concerns. Downsides are noisy, anemic engine and giant turning radius.😆.
Did you pay extra for a PT cruiser? Or maybe a Nissan Juke?
Joking aside the Fiata wasn't ugly but it definitely didn't look better than the car it copied.