Bought with all the options. Great performance from 3.8L engine, unlike the 3.1L engine. Gets around 20MPG at home but 25MPG on a trip. Lots of people say the design resulted in to big of a dash, but it provides security, giving it a 5 star crash test rating for the driver, and makes it fun and easy to drive. Was the first to offer a power sliding door, and the door works great! 5 modular seats that come out individualy make up the back. The front has two perfectly contured bucket seats. Has front and rear A/C and heat. The A/C is colder than our new Suburban. Has a wonderful black over silver two tone paint. Has 146,000 trouble free miles. Just take care of it and it will take care of you.
Sunroof, 3.8L engine, individualy removable rear seats, comfort, A/C, Power sliding door, looks like no other van on the road, ride and control, gas mileage, traction control really pulls it through the deep snow, interior design, exterior design is made of dent resistant fiberglass. Great van!
Well, maybe a tach and oil pressure guage like the Pontiac and Oldsmobile versions had, a better illuminated climate and radio controls for after dark. And an easier to open rear hatch handle. Has been an excellent vehicle.
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