All the stuff I have in it slides all over the place (nothing slides in our Suburban), the seats hurt my butt and back, the headrests puts my head in a weird position, I've had two very minor fender benders at very low speeds and each one has resulted in mega repair bills because if the front touches anything it caves in. The paint on the cladding chips easily. Small gas tank means more frequent fill ups, rattles, I hate hate hate having to get out of the car to close the back windows.
Fits a lot of stuff, good in bad weather as long as snow's not too deep.
Much better seats, better armrest, make the windows in the back power windows so you don't have to get out in the rain or on the highway to open them if you forget them. Diesel or hybrid. Make floors stickier so stuff doesn't slide around.
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