I really liked this mini van. I was surprised at all of the smart features, like the information panel that lets you know exactly how many miles you have before running out of gas and oil, extra cup holders that can be hid away and a censored passenger seat to keep airbag off when a child is under weight. There were so many common sense things that most vehicles do not have, which makes traveling a lot more comfortable. The car told you specifically which door was not close. The down side was; you have to shut the side doors real hard to get it to register close. It took me a while to get used to the truck look on the front end, then I recalled how some men prefer a more masculine look.
1.Work on shutting the side doors easier. 2. Add rear air (front air system did cool the back area, but it could have been a little quicker if the vent was in the back.) 3. Add light to glove department. 4. Tone down front end so that it looks a little like a truck front.
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