The "bigness" of the vehicle is a
desireable feature -- not only the
numerical dimensions, but the sense of
a very comfortable "room on wheels."
Greatest crossover for the tall driver.
Its hauling capacity, both internal
size, convenience and ease of space
expansion, but also its towing muscle.
Quiet as an ES300 (Lexus) and easy to
control in snow and ice -- and off
road. We'd do it again, despite the
high price tag
The "feel" of a luxury vehicle, towing
capacity, hauling convenience, 345
h.p., backup sensors, OnStar safety,
variable 4-wheel drive (Stabilitrack),
full passenger capacity, recessed rear
wincow, engineering perfection
Tailgate dropdown needs vacuum assist --
WAY too heavy for one arm; Slim down
the steering wheel -- too difficult to
see dash; Separate the control knobs
for CD, radio, cassette player, OnStar
service, and Stabilitrack modifier.
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