When parking in public, leave time to
answer onlookers questions and
enthusiastic comments. It truely does
turn heads. Not since I drove my '67
Shelby have I noticed this much
attention. I'm in my 50's but the
teens all want a turn at the wheel.
And my mother also commented on the
ride comfort in the back seat. (as
good or better than the full sized
Oldsmobile that I traded in). The
appeal seems to span generations and
genders. As a downer, my tailgate also
fell open in the locked position.
Ride, comfort, forward visibility,
space, cargo lamps, steps in bumper,
locking tailgate, sunroof, hard tonneau
Locking gas door, power lock on
tailgate, trip computer, back-up
sensor, in-dash CD changer, power
window for midgate, steering wheel
controls for audio, cruise, and
heat/air. Oh, and G.M., do the right
thing, and recall the tailgate latches!
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