Power,comfort, room. It's like a luxury car should be, at a lower price and with an incredible amount of room. The middle row bucket seats give the rider room like an old taxi - I can stretch out my legs. The drivers seat is comfy but firm enough. Steering wheel controls allow me to keep my eyes on the road.
The performance is impressive, especially from 40-70 mph. I love my "new" 2009 with 55,000 miles.
Nicely equipped vehicle with a touch of extra trim features that make the car stand out. The room inside is great, with the ride smooth and firm.
Not completely sure about the gas mileage, but I wasn't that concern about this when I went looking for a nice SUV.
The car has been great overall. A little more "used" than I originally thought, but still okay. Rear window a little hard to see out of, but with the rear view camera, its okay once you get used to it.
In short, I would buy it again. Plus, my grandkids love it.
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