Minor ergonomic things; fuel cap tether
is too short; navigation dvd is
outdated by about 10 years (no update);
voice recognition is sketchy (difficult
to hear and does not recognize voice
numbers clearly); easy exit does not
move steering wheel upwards; rear bench
seat has very little leg room; drivers
side passenger is a little cramped if
driver has seat back. Eight pax is not
very comfortable, six adults is reality.
Comfort, I traded my MB S430, the
Escalade ESV handles the highway nicer;
navigation is great within older
cities; storage capacity; towing
capacity; customer assistance; OnStar
personnel always try to assist.
Lengthen the fuel cap tether; update
the navigation dvd; AWD should be
selectable, average 14 mpg. Move rear
bench back 6 inches and center seats
back three inches.
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