We've had the vehicle since January. Got it home, opened the sunroof and it wouldn't close, wiring was kinked, but they fixed it very quickly and We've had no problems since. We get about 23- 25 mpg on the highway, but only 12 to 12.5 in town, (I'm not a lead foot either.) This is the SXT with the Special Edition package, which was nice since it had everything we wanted, nicely discounted. Only complaint is that the spare tire is under the passenger seat, so the seat can't be lowered. I'm 6'1" and my wife is 5'10" and neither of us can sit in the passenger seat without reclining it. (I'm not a big fan of sunroofs, it was part of the package.) Imports we're $6 to $10k more for similar van.
DVD, Stow & Go, power doors, quiet and smooth
Highway mileage is good, city driving really sucks down the gas. Put the functions of the DVD remote on the radio panel. Kids lose the remote after the car is packed and I can't turn on the headphones without it. Headroom on passenger side with sunroof. Wife misses the auto headlights.
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