All-wheel drive can be configured for all trims.
The engine has more than enough grunt and the vehicle accelerates with ease.
The handling is composed as long as within reasonable cornering speeds.
The steering is accurate and changing direction is immediate.
The brakes have a predictable stopping force.
The base trim offers a lot of features for passenger convenience and comfort.
High safety ratings provide a sense of security for the potential buyer.
The running boards help in stepping up into the cabin.
The first and second rows of seats offer ample legroom and headroom.
The leather upholstery is finished well and the leather is of high quality.
The additional function (massage, heating, and ventilation) worked as expected.
The ride quality is stable on smooth surfaces and the adaptive suspension absorbs impact well enough.
Road and wind noise are minimal to maintain a relaxed atmosphere inside the cabin.
The steering feels cumbersome throughout the turning motion of the steering wheel.
The body lurches forward when braking hard suddenly.
The brake pedal feels soft and its stroke is long.
Additional advanced safety and driver aids only become available in higher trim levels.
The third row of seats has limited legroom, with the legs being compressed.
The seat comfort is average, especially when considering its price bracket.
The truck-based chassis is not as compliant to road imperfections compared to a crossover SUV.
The bigger wheels feel more jarring when going over rough patches on the pavement.
Vehicles of this size do not offer excellent fuel efficiency.