Great utility truck, only complaint is mileage dives 30% when towing 2000 lbs. It really could have used an extra speed in the automatic which would of made it more economical. At 70mph the engine is revving 3000 rpm. For a daily commuter and utility truck it is great more comfortable and economical than the Ford Ranger I traded in.
The cabin sits 4 people comfortably and you still have the open bed which accommodates more of anything than the Outback with roof in the way.
6 speed transmission, full opening through the back seat and fold down front passenger seat for even more utility space.
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