A couple of things with the interior design are irritating. Window and door lock controls are not back-lit. You can't see them at night. Ditto for the steering wheel controls for radio and cruise control. You can't see the hood release and parking brake release at night. Also, there's too much clutter on the radio and A/C panels. Just too many buttons. Power seats do not lower enough. I've bumped my head many times getting in and out of the car. And the leather seats are not that comfortable. Mileage on a round trip to Arizona settled in on about 24.5 mpg. Of course this was at speeds between 70 and 75.
Ride. Stow n Go seating. Cargo space.
Get rid of the useless and fuel burning roof racks (At least the cross bars) Simplify the radio and heater/ A/C controls. Navigating through them diverts too much of driver's attention thereby comporomising safety. Do something about those horrible power leather seats.
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