I had a Dodge Grand Caravan in the late 90's and loved the space (not the reliability).
Since then have had a Tahoe, Envoy, CRV and Volvo S80 (the worst piece of junk I ever owned).
This car is just for my wife and I (and a dog).
We love this car.
It is spacious, lets us hang clothes on a trip and in general is just a wonderful experience.
To those who complain about the NAV, I would say learn to use it properly.
Further, no NAV system is perfect.
I have not used the voice activation, but from what I can see in the manual, it works great.
Love the bluetooth as I do not always hear my phone, but with the connected bluetooth, never lose a call.
I have averaged almost 21 MPG.
The driver's seat slides back when entering or exiting the vehicle.
Bluetooth is terrific (although I haven't used the voice activation yet).
XM traffic is great around the city as I use the car to commute 37 miles each way through a metropolitan area.
Space is fantastic and the lounge seats are great.
Love the ease of either using the 3rd row or folding it down.
I agree that the fake wood could be improved and the trial XM does not include some of the premium channels (come on - for 40 K+).
Because of the bar under the lounge seats, can't put rubber floor mats there, as the seat needs to slide back and forth to get to the 3rd row.
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