Drove this car for one week during west coast trip.
Cannot recall that a car that was so unenjoyable to drive.
the acceleration of the base V6 engine is
Merges on the crowded California highways are just downright scary with a car that accelerates like an overloaded tractor trailer.
200 horsepower is inadequate for such a big SUV.
Second, the car was not designed with visibility in mind.
there are some large blind spots on both sides that make lane changes a harrowing experience.
you can forget about even being able to check if there are oncoming cars when you are looking to change lanes.
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