Review at 3 weeks and 1000 miles: Overall, this vehicle is a home run, not even a stand up triple. It has been challenged on mountain passes,with snow and dry pavement, the handling is like no SUV or car I have driven. The control, especially in sport mode, removes almost all insecurity and white knuckles. MPG: overall 21.6 at 1000 with a mix of 60% hwy and 40% city. Snow performance 8/10. Marginal tread design of the Michelin all-seasons is the reason. Light off road duty is very good. Nav system is slightly superior to Toyota. We have both. A bit difficult to negotiate in a tight parking lot. Flip side is plenty of room for kids and cargo.
Quality of build. Nav. system and handling characteristics.
Steering wheel reconfiguration. Remove the column at the 6 o'clock position. Functional import of cell numbers from most smart phones.
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