This perfectly sized cross-over is one I would highly recommend. It has enough space to seat 4 people really comfortably in the front and as well as the back. And if you need more room in the back for storage, the seats fold all the way down and slide up, pretty much give you enough space to lay down if needed. One con, I do have to say is I believe he gas milage could be better. However, I do infact drive a lot in City and im averaging 19 mpg�s but when you are going on long distance on a freeway, you could be getting up to 32-36 mpg�s. I used to drive a fat crysler 300 so im not to upset about gas.
I selected this Jeep because it gave my plenty of comfort, brown leather heated seats, storage space, plenty of technology like Sat Radio and GPS and had the ability to go off road yet be a comfortable drive on the highway. I would get the larger engine even though mileage is less. It's a small SUV so it's easy to park and easy to drive off road (fit in between trees). The new Jeep is called the ugly Jeep by some but those that own it love it.
We live North Lake Tahoe and specifically bought this car to handle well and safely in this terrible weather and it has not. The wipers stopped working properly after one heavy snow. The car got stuck in the snow outside of our garage when it wasn't even that deep. The pick up is terrible while merging on the highway.
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