For what you can buy these things for it is the best "people mover" on the market. We traded the wifes 2000 Chevy Tahoe, and at first I thought we made a BIG mistake - but then I realized my payment went from 700/month to 320 and realized things were not so bad. If you take into account the class of vehicle you are buying it is a STEAL. I payed $18000 out the door and got a very comfortable, very safe, very roomy new vehicle that get good gas mileage. The fit and finish is fair at best, but once again I can not expect the quality of a $40K vehicle. So far I am very happy with it and for a growing family it proves very useful. One recommendation - buy the GRAND not the short one we bought
Bag hangers for groceries on the back bench, sliding doors, DVD player
Cheap trim on exterior (drivers door trim strip fell of second day of ownership) and the strange "gurggling noise the motor makes - dealer ASSURES me this is a normal sound...whatever Dodge! Hope whatever it is breaks under warranty!
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