After owning many a car including over 24 other classic autos, I've never been as happy with the comfort of this SUV. It had a few flaws in it that I've had to deal with...the CD player not working, turning the brake drums for a smooth ride, attaching the battery cables better on a side battery and a rattle that was found as a broken plastic piece in the cowl area. Small stuff for a great ride, of course, these days I wish it would have better mileage, but with it's weight and its performance it was a quality product.
Comfortable long distance driving and held the road in downpours and snow.
I would suggest the seat adjustments and temp should be built into the center column. It is hard to reach the passengers seat heat from the drivers side. Do something to lock in those battery cables. They loosen up on a washboard road. Get rid of more unnecessary weight for better mileage.
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