The first 36,000 miles of my first big american suv ownership were great. Now that I'm out of the warranty period, I can understand why people who haven't been down this path before get easily burned by some american auto products. However, I've now had the rotors turned at 38,000 miles and the other day I had to replace the entire power steering assembly ($900). I tried reasoning with the service manager that this was way too early to do for such a new car. I can't blame him for the problem, he didn't tell me to buy the car, he's just telling me how to fix it. Very frustrating.
The ride, interior looks, and exterior looks are fantastic for a vehicle of this size. I've never sat in a more comfortable front seat driving position.
Realistic gas mileage advertisements. 15 in the city is not possible unless you coast downhill to and from work.
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