I have renamed my MPV. It is now
a "Mature People Vehicle". So far it
has been very user friendly for us. We
are senior citizens and when we started
looking for a new car it became obvious
that it would serve so many uses for
us. It is quick, comfortable,fun to
drive(I am past the sport car period),
tight and easy to enter and exit. It is
plush enough and has as many features
as a luxury car, but handles chores
with ease.Mine is a 2002 ES with almost
all options.The gas mileage could be
better, but it stays within EPA
range.The climate control is very
effective, considering our heat this
summer. It can freeze you out!
We enjoy the power doors, fold under
rear seat(which we usually have in the
storage position)and ease of getting in
and out. We also appreciate the unique
feature of the rear windows going down,
like a car. It's easy
to maneuver when we shop, but with
loads of carrying ability.
Better illumination of some of the
switches.Slightly larger rear view
mirrors and a better situation with the
gear shift lever. It obscures the some
of the dash in the "D" position.
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