After 5 years and 71,000 miles I've few
complaints. Other than the wheels, it looks, runs
and handles like it did day one. No shakes, no
rattles, no squeaks. Maybe people with problems
just have bad karma.
Only real complaint is with the finish on the alloy
wheels, which has not held up. Moisture go in
under clear coat and severe peeling on two wheels.
Transmission has been solid, and other than rear
brake squeal (when wet) that ended after I cleaned
out the accumulated brake dust out of the drums,
brakes were flawless. Front went 70K miles without
Once I replaced the OEM Michelins with Bridgestone
Turanzas, the road noise was significantly reduced.
Cargo capacity, seating flexibility (the folding third
row, seat was the deal closer), handling, reliability
Reduce road noise. More durable finish on alloy
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