We fell in love with the minivan at the dealership. It had plenty of power. Went on vacation the fuel mpg was showing around 20.8 mpg. However the mileage continued to get worse traded it in this week was showing 17.5 mpg. It was in the shop right after we bought it to repair the manual sliding door (drivers side) because it would not completely close all the way. The dealership swore we had wrecked the van since they could not fix it in their shop. Tires were bald at 29k miles and the front brakes were terrible. The car would shake badly when applying brakes during normal stops. For 30k don't buy one of these. Traded it in on a 2007 Nissan Armada. Will give Nissan one more chance.
A lot of interior room for such a small looking vehicle. Power lift gate and sliding rear door was very nice. Motor ran really well just wish gas mpg was better.
Need better brakes. Fuel economy is bad for small vehicle. Quality of workmanship poor at best. Van sits too low to ground have trouble getting over small speed bumps without dragging.
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