Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Sunroof(s), Navigation System
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.6L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 18K Miles, Black/Black
I have owned a Lexus 350 and a Mazda CX-7 and this by far is my favorite SUV! It's roomy, comfortable and supportive seating, nice perks like the heated seating and wheel, Bluetooth, and sunroof. It's suspension is great! Smooth ride. It gets up and goes when needed as well. I love It!
Appears to be reliable. Fuel economy bearable. Capable of modest towing. Sure footed (can do mild off-roading). In a nutshell, it is quite a bit of vehicle for the price I paid in today's market. While I'm not a fan of electronic automatics, this one seems to shift in a sensible fashion and with no strange anomalies so far. I have already taken the vehicle on a 3k mile road trip, camping out of the back of it for 4 of the 7 days I was on the road and it performed admirably. With 1000 pounds of me and my gear in it and ON it (I've added rood racks), I got 16mpg overall, including some dirt driving and HARD pushing it hard interstates. In normal use with just me and my lady aboard it gets every bit of the 23mpg claimed by Jeep.
This car is absolutely beautiful. The best interior of any vehicle I have ever been in. Seats and materials inside and out are all premium. HOWEVER, this is the most impractical car for my lifestyle. Because the interior is so nice, I could not actually use this vehicle for anything useful. If all you do is drive yourself around, then it is fine, but if you want to haul your family or put anything inside, I would not recommend this SUV. I was so worried about scratching all the leather and chrome that I refused to use it for anything. In addition, the road noise of this SUV is just not acceptable for the price range. I have already traded this in favor of a mid-size truck that is much more practical. Navigation system is horrible also.