The following made me choose this old
discontinued beast over the Toyota Sienna:
Toyota has shiny plastic in the
instrumentational which causes specular
highlight before 10 AM and after 3PM.
EuroVan doesn't hat that stupid decorative
four-wheel disc brakes (Toyota only
available in XLE: $32,000)
third-row EDGE-to-EDGE seating. Not even
Suburban has this.
Easy (easiest) to get in and out of the
exceptionally ample headroom and easy
edge-to-edge seating in the third-row
wider armrest, less recessed
instrumentation, better plastic and anchor for
AC vents, construct the side panel out of
ONE piece of sheet metal rather than two,
middle bench seat option (one more
occupant), raise gear shifter up by 6",
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