Four months and counting in this new SUV We wanted a fun to drive, dependable SUV cut out for city and commuter driving with two kids in the back seat and with the ability to handle snow when needed. I think we got it. Only a couple of downsides so far. The front seat makes my legs ache on long drives - in fairness I'm tall but not that tall. Adjusting the seat to unusal configs helps when the legs start to hurt. And the rear view camera has been useless to us so far, very hard to see in most daylight situations, at least for us. I wish I had the rear sensors instead.
Navigation is great and handling in Sport Mode is very fun, especially for a guy who just traded in a german sedan to gain the room of the SUV for the kids. SH AWD hold a lot of promise for this winter.
Improve backup camera or get rid of it. Use sensors instead. Six speeds would be nice, too.
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