If you can get past the back end of the Aztek and look inside and drive it, you will love it. When I first saw these on the road I thought they were the ugliest things ever. When I test drove it, I didn't see the back end and didn't realize it was "THAT" car until afterwards. By then I had already wanted it. Tons of room! Very comfortable and I don't feel like I will tip over in it like I did in other small SUVs (like the Hyundai Santa Fe). There are some blind spots however, once you get used to it you learn to work around it.
Fix some of the blind spots and make the back end a little more appealing.
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