Four-cylinder engine gets more power this year.
New V6 engine is a welcome improvement.
Cabin becomes more upscale with nicer materials.
Revised suspension improves ride quality.
Stiffer chassis delivers better handling.
Exterior styling is modern, yet it isn’t overdone, allowing it to appeal to a wide variety of buyers.
Received top safety scores from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Offers seven-passenger seating.
Front row seats are quite comfortable.
Expected to return fantastic fuel economy.
Plenty of technology features to add for customization.
Long warranty included.
Braking distance is quite disappointing, taking 131 feet to stop from 60 mph.
Although there are a lot of features and packages to add, they quickly boost the price to where some luxury vehicles are at.
Third row seat is not roomy enough for adult passengers.
The base audio system is disappointing, so most consumers will feel the need to upgrade.
Not practical for off-road use; really only designed for on-road handling.
Acceleration times with the four-cylinder are slower than average.
Second row seat does not slide and recline.