Took this on lease just this month- maybe I still need to figure out features and vehicle still in breaking in period, but overall very disappointed with it. Noisy engine/ ac compressor, very poor pickup, difficult accelerating into a highway, fuel consumption around 17 mpg, stiff suspension transmits bumps straight through to passengers. Cheap interior design- driver seat arm rest needs getting used to, Bluetooth device linked to nav system does not display incoming call number, nav system configured to show roads as us# rather than road names. Wouldn't recommend- test drive RAV4 (comes with either bluetooth/nav but not both), or Subaru Forester (might have to wait-not readily available)
Back seat space is good
Engine is horribly underpowered and so far a gas guzzler- still in early breaking in period- will give updates. Nav system needs to be completely revamped. Features need to be improved- e.g. many may not miss the tire pressure monitoring system, but to have a top of line car without fog lamps? etc
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