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I have to say your post seems exact opposite of what my experience has been owning one for a year now. I'm 6ft with no issues with room in front or back. The front seats do sit high and are fairly flat. When you say engine revs high; you are correct its power range is 3500rpm to redline. If you wanted the more powerful/quicker/faster model you should have went with the 3.5L. However your MPG would be down. In regards to snow we have driven in ice and snow of up to a foot deep and this thing is a tank. We have had to drive through medians to get out of winter road closures etc with no issues. The breaking and traction on snow are great. We run BFG all seasons. In addition we avg 20-22 mpg. We have not towed in the vehicle but I would expect light duty with the 2.7L compared to the bigger engine. if you think its ugly why did you buy it?Report it
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