We have had the van for close to a month now and it is everything we expected. The navigation system is not the best, but the screen that comes with it makes everything else easier to read/see. The navigation itself is always giving us the "easiest route" not the most economical one. The leather interior is so worth it and the speaker system is just fine. We paid $31,800 total (plus the 6% Indiana sales tax) and used an internet quote to get the price down to where we were happy. The gas mileage was the biggest negative, but we get about 17/21
Leather, LCD screen, steering mounted radio controls, flexibility with the eight seat option, alloy wheels, "punch off the line" acceleration, heated seats/mirrors, wiper blades, wireless headphones
Navigation system is very basic, floor mats need to be better connected/held down, no cross roof racks, voice-recognition is no good, bluetooth on all models except entry level, fuel economy/instant fuel economy/miles left until empty should be on more models (only get this stuff on the Touring)
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