Though it will never be a sports car,
it handles quit well with the full time
The 4WD enables hard cornering with
limit loss in momentum, but major loss
Feels solid and is very quiet doing 80+
mph on the freeway.
Not the best-looking SUV, but it has
Toyota reliability so far.
Many standard ‘extras’ come in handy in
harsh weather (heated outside mirrors,
heated seats, hepa air filters, front
and back climate controls).
What would I change? Side or top
opening tail gate. Better quality
speakers/cavities. Offer larger rim
wheel option. Reduce weight.
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