All-wheel drive is standard for all trims.
Manual transmission is available that will satisfy old-school drivers
Engine has good acceleration to pull it out of common driving scenarios.
Handling is controlled through the turn and the steering allows it to turn at will.
Brakes are consistent and the pedal feel contributes to its ease of use.
Midrange trim is a good balance of price and features.
High marks for safety provide a sense of security for potential buyers.
Getting inside the cabin is effortless and sunroof didn’t take too much headroom.
Legroom and headroom for all passengers is generous.
Seat comfort is soft enough with good support and remained comfortable on longer trips.
Ride quality is comfortable and road imperfections were dampened well.
Space for cargo is more than enough.
Good fuel economy even for the more powerful engine.
Manual transmission is only available for the less powerful powertrain.
The powerful engine is only available for the higher-end trims.
Body roll is still present when driving through twisty roads.
The base trim is quite basic in terms of amenities for passenger convenience.
The Black Edition trim is only available for the 2.5i powertrain configuration.
Surprisingly, the EyeSight advanced safety and driver aids aren’t available on the 2.0XT Premium.
Driver seat height could use more adjustment for its high driving position.
There is no third row of seats, ideally for children.