Wife's van w/ 3 kids. Power side and rear doors are great when they shut. Drivers side door will not shut all the time. Been into the dealership for this and for a broken latch on the lid for front stow n go seat. Original brakes (17,000+ miles), original tires. Have hauled 1000# of lumber, inside, and about 1000# of landscape edging bricks. No damage to inside seats when down. Handles great in the Michigan winters (above average last year). Van is driven mainly city driving, but weekend trips are over 50 miles, one way. Just got back from a 240 mile round tripper yesterday. Averaged 23-24 mpg on turnpike. Very pleased. Seats, at head rests, seem to be coming apart, though.
Stow n go. In floor storage, w/ seats up. Power doors (opening). Power, stability, amount of cup holders, one-touch up driver side window. Siding doors have power windows that go down. Roof Rack a must. Like the radio controls on backside of steering wheel.
Make seats a little better. Figure out what the problem with the sliding rear doors not closing is. Still does it.
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