This was our first mini van and the experience was great overall. Pretty reliable up to 90K miles. Check engine light, sway bars, water pump, brake squeals, plus a few other problems. Keyless entry costs $100+ to replace. Power a little weak on very steep grades. We are replacing the Espresso with a Mazda MPV: better reliability and features.
Good handling and performance, trip computer, shorter length, comfortable seats. Hauling space with all rear seats removed.
Lighter or stow away second row chairs and rear bench. Better gas mileage. Noisy roof rack. Rear seats that can move forward or back to adjust leg room.
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