Wasn't going to consider a mini-van but
after driving in a carpool last year, I
needed a car w/more seating capacity. I
loved my Sable wagon but didn't want to
bend and move my stuff from the back.
My husband wanted the GMC Envoy and so
did I until I saw the MPV. My first
impression was that it didn't look like
an "ugly bubbly" mini-van. After the
test drive, I was sold. It handled
like my car and I liked the fact that
my 2 kids would be in separate rows.
Less fighting! Picking up 5 little
kids for school, this works perfectly.
I've had it a week and I'm enjoying
driving a van.......I've joined
the "band of motherhood!"
Auto door, middle windows rolling down,
huge sun roof, leather seats, 3rd row
seats disappearing and facing out for
Power locks on passenger side, shorter
gift shift lever, off/on switch for
rear light from the front.
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