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As a correction to the above, I meant the Journey (not the Voyager). Having just taken the vehicle on a 1800 miles trip, I can also report that, overall, it provided a pleasant (mostly freeway) drive. It felt large enough for comfort, height/sight, and relative safety, not too large for handling/agility. The narrowness issue still stands. Wish it was 3" wider and 1" lower. Power was good for passing, though it hesitated by 1 sec. on sudden throttle. Same or longer delays on downshifts for engine breaking; these smart gearboxes are a joke across the board I'd think. Consumption: with a family of 4, with luggage, 90% freeway driving at speeds 65-75 mph, with a few jams, no to moderate wind, fairly flat, some city driving in between, gentle to moderate driving, I got 27.5 mpg. I'd think that one could achieve 28.5 mpg at a constant 55-60 mph.Report it
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