Scored “Good” in front, side and roof-strength crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Impressive acceleration speeds makes it the fastest in its segment.
Generous cargo space with rear seat up or down.
Abundance of legroom in both rows.
Driver seat offers great visibility of the road.
Small turning circle makes it easy to maneuver in tight spaces.
Offers the most comfortable ride in the segment.
All-wheel drive is standard.
Decent audio system comes standard.
Higher ground clearance than most other crossovers.
Ton of accessories available to add on the exterior.
Cabin is noisy, especially on the highway.
Only leather seating is available, which may deter some consumers away.
Dull cabin is disappointing.
Simple exterior could use a bit of refreshing to make it a little more interesting and modern.
Rear seat is high and offers an awkward position as passengers have to look down on those in front of them.
The middle rear seat is not practical to sit on as it doubles as a cup holder and armrest.
Brakes feel spongy.
Four-cylinder transmission returns poor fuel economy at 19 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway.