There's quite a bit of room in the backseat. I have a son who is 6'2" tall and he fits comfortably in the back seat. I wrongly assumed that he would be OK in the drivers seat. He fits, but just barely. With the seat all the way back and the steering wheel all the way up, his knees almost touch the steering wheel. Don't buy this if you're extremely tall. My wife has had some issues with the Bluetooth connectivity. If you only have one phone synced to the car, it seems to work better. It has very little power off the line. We knew it wasn't going to be ballsy, but we both really wish we had something with a bit more power. It's fine once you're on the road. I can pass people with no problem., but not much take off power.
I really like the keyless entry system and my third row option. It has a nice ride like a car but lots of room. They really had storage in mind and there are lots of little hidden storage areas. My best friend bought a new Lexus SUV and while I don't have all the bells and whistles she has, I think that I got a lot of nice things for a GREAT deal compared to what she paid for what she has.
Great all around vehicle. I see reviews knocking interior size. Not fair. It is a mid size SUV. Yes, the third row is a waste of time but great space with seats folded down. We are very impressed with the vehicle. Not many mid size SUV's have the V 6 power when needed. This does. The motor is actually a hair bigger than our Chevy Traverse which is a full size SUV! 3.6 Journey...3.5 Traverse. But you do give up some gas mileage. We get 22 combined and have seen over 24 on hwy.
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