This is one comfy car - it corners well, handles well, is responsive, has both pep and good gas economy. TONS of room with a giant trunk. There is a bit of excess noise with the moon-roof opened, and no factory-made windscreen for it. Heater fan gets loud, and it is time to get a set-by-temperature feature instead of the slide bar to control heat.
Power seat adjustment, convenient controls, roominess, a trunk lid that doesn't pour rain into the trunk when opened during a downpour, split bench seating option, OnStar ,uses regular gas, has a workhorse engine, offers side airbag option, great to have fold down back seats for trunk pass-thru.
A larger glove compartment, drivers door side deeper storage (for road atlas), removal of odd little rear driver's side blind spot, a rear spoiler that doesn't block any rear view.
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