The vehicle was handsome and got
adequate fuel mileage. The driver's
space was exceptionally well
proportioned for taller drivers, but
the bucket seat was crowded for wide
shoulders. The vehicle handled poorly
in marginal conditions (ice) and
rolled over in a situation in which it
should not have - a flat grass median
at 45 mph. To Dodge's credit, although
the airbag did not deploy and the
vehicle was totalled, the driver's
space was not impinged and neither a
canine passenger secured in the
cargo area suffered no injury.
The driver's space - it had plenty of
room under the steering wheel for long
lens, without the steering wheel being
too far from the seat.
Stability control or a lower, wider
wheel-base to reduce the risk of
rollover. Also, the bucket seats are
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