I really like the SE-R and SE-R Spec-V
but a medical condition both prevents
me from driving standard and requires
safety features not available on most
(affordable) cars. The 2.5LE comes
standard with an AT and all the safety
features I can shake a stick at. The
big diference between the 2.5LE and
the SE-Rs is the suspension. In my
case, I won't be powering out corners
but the beefy four definitely puts a
smile on my face. Enthusiasts
beware! It definitely leans more
toward a luxurious (and quiet) ride
than a connected to the road feel.
Definitely the engine! The big 2.5
liter gives me warm fuzzies.
Adjustable lumbar support. The seats
aren't the greatest on long trips.
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