Florida/Texas/California Luxury Package ($3,570 ? includes power sunroof with second row skylight, 19-inch polished aluminum wheels, all-season tires, dual exhaust with chrome tips, leather first- and second-row seats, heated front seats; minus $1,000 package discount); Touchscreen Navigation with Rearview Camera System ($2,340), Entertainment System ($1,295 ? includes DVD player, two sets of headphones), Convenience Package ($870 ? includes power liftgate, rear park assist, remote start, heated washer fluid), Enhanced Convenience Package ($690 ? includes 8-way power adjustable driver seat with memory, 4-way power adjustable passenger seat with power lumbar, heated power-folding outside mirrors, turn signal, power up/down express driver window, power down express passenger window), Advanced Audio Package ($685 ? includes rear audio controls with headphone jacks, premium sound system, 115 volt power outlet), Trailering Package ($425 ? includes heavy-duty cooling system, factory-installed trailer hitch).
Double overhead camshaft
Compression ration (x:1)
Horsepower (hp @ rpm)
275 @ 6,600
Torque (lb-ft @ rpm)
251 @ 3,200
Transmission and axle ratios (x:1)
Shifts are solid and consistent at 6,700 rpm. Engine pulls hard to redline. Best runs in "D" with some brake torque at launch.
Decent brake feel and response. Some fade noticeable, but not obtrusive. Distance OK.
Skid pad: Adequate steering feel and response. Doesn't feel as large/heavy as it is. Slalom: Acceptable limits for electronic interference?which can't be turned off. Otherwise, this is a well-mannered, predictable and easy-to-drive crossover.