The ride is very good. Toyota reliability is legendary. All the options. Don't care for the gold lettering of the Gold package Limited. One of the only other things that I liked about my 1988 Pathfinder over this 1998 Toyota is the shoulder room. The Pathfinder felt much bigger side to side and the amount of space between the backs of the seats made it possible to reach items in the back seat much easier. The durability of the Toyota interiors are equal to the Pathfinders but both of these are leaps and bounds over the rival American vehicle interiors.
Leather interior, and mechanical reliability is 2nd to none.
3"-4" wider inside would make all the difference in the world.
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