As my "alias" implies I drive a Suburban, while I traded my wife's '98 Discovery in for the new MDX. Although we waited for five months, the vehicle was worth it. It's road mannerisms are more car-like than an SUV but can accommodate more than four people (15 total when adding the Suburban's capacity). All joking aside, as a parent, I am increasingly discouraged by sedan manufactures turning rear seats into "buckets" reducing their effective capacity by one.
The NAV station (not a toy and a model for all others). Extreme comfort and accommodating size (wife, 5'3", me 6'3", two kids, two dogs and room to stretch).
For the sake of fellow advocates, make them faster...
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