Midsize crossover appeals to a broader range of drivers.
Gorgeous styling with minor yet noticeable changes in each trim.
All three available engines are solid.
Reclining seats in the rear with ample leg room.
Large cargo space with all seats in place.
Decent towing capacity.
Exceptional braking distance.
“Good” rating on all safety tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Composed and comfortable ride.
Cabin is so quiet that it is vault-like.
Handling is secure with the Sport being incredibly sharp.
The smoothness of ride is compromised in the Sport due to the 20-inch wheels. Most drivers option for this package don’t mind the rugged feel.
Minimal headroom is available for rear seat passengers with the “Vista Roof” option added.
The middle seat in the back is not very comfortable for adult passengers taking a longer trip.
Buttons on the touchscreen are a little too small, so it is easy to push the wrong one while you are driving. Otherwise, you will need to take your eyes off the road.
There is no V8 option, which many drivers prefer to have in a sport utility vehicle.
Six-speed automatic transmission can feel slow to downshift at certain speeds.