At the 500 mile mark, I'm happy to report I'm enjoying it so far.
Comfortable ride for the most part....may be harsh for some.
You do hear most imperfections in the roads and it's kind of noisy on wet pavement.
Sharp handling with speed sensitive steering.
Easy to maneuver and move in and out of traffic.
CVT is cool, but takes some getting used to.
SL Package added a lot of great features, although the Nav system data is way out of date.
Intelligent key is cool, but beware if Nissan installs an aftermarket remote car starter for you.
The engine will shut off if you open the doors after starting with remote starter.
Intelligent key, XM radio, Nav, Bluetooth. iPod control through the factory system.
Huge glove box.
All service points in the engine compartment are easily accessible.
Adjustable Xenon headlamps are a nice touch as well.
Bluetooth phone takes a long time to say your command for phonebook entries.
You cannot talk over the prompts, you have to wait for the beep.
Should have Bluetooth streaming audio available as well.
Trip computer is nice, but should have controls on the steering wheel, instead of having to reach through the wheel to the dash.
No center armrest for rear seat passengers.
Needs a telescopic steering wheel.
Driver side window controls are too far back.
I keep rolling down the back windows.
Blind spots are huge...needs bigger side mirrors or a blindspot detection system.
A larger nav screen and more intuitive nav system would be nice, too.
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