Quickest acceleration speeds in the small crossover segment, accelerating zero to 60 mph in 6.8 seconds.
Received “Good” crash test ratings in front, side and roof-protection.
Abundance of legroom in both rows.
Generous ground clearance for taking off-road.
All-wheel drive is standard.
Tons of cargo space with the rear seat up and down.
Tiny turning circle of 34.4 feet makes it effortless to maneuver in tight spaces.
Roof rails make it easy to carry kayaks and bikes.
Straightforward controls, placed thoughtfully on dash.
One of the most comfortable rides in the segment.
Fantastic outward visibility for the driver.
Four-speed automatic transmission returns poor fuel economy.
Base audio system is beyond disappointing.
Middle rear seat is hard to sit in because the armrest and cup holder are there.
No leather upholstery option is available.
Exterior is a little dull for some people.
Interior lacks ambiance; there is really no “wow” factor in it.
Rear seat is a little too high, giving backseat passengers an awkward seating position.
Wind noise is noticeable, especially on the highway.
Not many technology and entertainment features available to add on for customization.
Brakes feel spongy.