This is the most economical of choices
in buying an SUV. You get a lot of car
without breaking the bank! We got this
with 0% financing, and still can't
believe our luck! Not only does it get
really impressive gas mileage (we're
averaging about 19 mpg) it has enough
room for all of our junk! My SIL has a
Durango- and she gets about 9-12 mpg-
and doesn't seem to have as much room
in the loading area.
I love it!
The roomy front seats
The only drawback on this SUV is the
interior available for the XLS. It's
not a very attractive cloth. Also, the
roof rack rails are an addition... it's
only 45 dollars to upgrade- it should
just be a standard feature!
Just picked it up last week. Love the
deal ($22,000 out the door), love the
look, and love the drive! Traded in
a '03 Explorer Sport (Nothing sporty
about an outdated 2-door) and the
difference from top-to-bottom is
dramatic, everything is a substantial
Exterior design, tough & classy all in
one package. Interior room, and easy
access rear hatch.
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