The vehicle delivers what it promises -
- loads of space, good handling,
reasonable power and suprisingly good
fuel economy (17 city, 20+ highway).
Issues are easy to resolve, with spare
parts readily available and the
vehicle design maintence freindly.
Visability & cargo space. With the
rear seat removed and the middle seat
down, the vehicle converts to a short
bed pickup with a "cap".
More powerful engine. The Rear Wheel
horsepower is about 168HP. While the
fuel economy is good, 168HP for a 281
cu. in engine is a bit embarrising.
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