All-wheel drive is standard for all trims.
The engine delivers immediate power at any driving scenario.
The transmission shifts between gears smoothly.
The handling is well-composed and nimbler than its size would suggest.
The steering is responsive and appropriately weighted.
The brakes have a robust stopping force and modulating it feels natural.
The base trim has the option of bigger wheels.
The panoramic sunroof comes standard with the base trim.
Getting inside the cabin is fairly effortless.
The first and second rows offer good space for most passengers and a third row is optional.
The seats are very comfortable and are supportive.
The leather upholstery is top-notch and the interior trim has a superb fit and finish.
The ride quality is compliant over road imperfections and noise is blocked out of the cabin.
There are no options for a smaller engine.
Feedback from the pavement feels muted.
The body lurches forward during heavy braking.
The brake pedal feels soft and there is a delay when first stepping on it.
There is no support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Advanced safety and driver aids are not available for the base trim.
There are no official safety ratings yet from the NHTSA and the IIHS.
Legroom is reduced when reclining the second-row seats because the cushion slides forward.
Choosing the bigger wheels will result to added harshness in the ride quality.
Other SUVs that are way less expensive offer more space for cargo.
Fuel efficiency is seriously compromised with its potent engine.
The price tag is beyond the majority of luxury crossover SUVs.