My wife (principle driver) loves this
car; I'm less enthused, but it's been
much more reliable than what Consumers
Report would lead one to believe.
Other than regular maintenance and
recalls, we've had: replace the
cassette deck; adjustment of door
latches x2; front brake pad replacement
(27K); drivers power window switch
replaced. Could be better for a car at
40K miles; but could have been a lot
Leather seats are very comfortable for
long drives. Privacy glass. Service
provided at Wilmington Motorcars.
Smooth cruise control (even though the
CC stalk position is strange)
Fuel economy is poor, but what do you
expect for an SUV? Reliability has not
been the best, but dealer has taken
care of everything except brakes during
the 4-year warranty period. Limited
space behind the rear seats. Optional
3rd row seating is rather clunky to put
in and take out.
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