Needed seven passenger seating and did not want a minivan. Pros fast, handled better than a truck based SUVs that we test drove Q7,gx460, q56. J35 handled better but seemed underpowered. Good tradeoff between ride and handling. A little tin can feel but not nearly as tin sounding as the edge.
Bad gas Mileage ECO boost in name only. Few mechanical issues with power seats. Third row head clearnce under 5 feet, leg room plenty. Good utility except for third row leg room.
I am very disappointed with this car. It is my fault I bought it however….
It is very uncomfortable on long trips as it is too narrow.
The two zone comfort system is a fake; as there is only one fan.
Thus the zone with the greatest different control’s the fan.
The safety system is silly; it beeps and you get a message on the screen telling to look around.
Plus it has lots of other poor design choices.
When the wind blows it will whistle, also when someone pass you when the wind blowing it will whistle
Power, mostly quite ride
Add second fan, add icon to safety display that flashes red around the area that has the problem, e.g. left rear.
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