I've got one. On the up side, it is absolutely, flawlessly reliable. Everything works very well, never a doubt that it will get me there. The AWD and traction control is a real necessity where I drive, on mud, gravel, snow, ice, etc. The sound system is great. Lots of room inside. It has no trouble at all starting in any weather, even way below zero, and no warm up required. We've driven it across the country in mid-winter, no problem. We've also been off-road with it a little, and it does pretty well, although it's not really designed for serious off-road duty.
On the down side, it's boring. Handling is so-so, gearbox is bleh, the seats don't hold you down like sport seats, and there is no "dead man" pedal. So slicing your way down a curvy dirt road is tricky, tiring, and not as fun as it should be. It's a bit underpowered for the weight, with a high center of gravity, so making a left onto a busy road, or fighting your way onto the freeway from a short on-ramp, takes a big effort. The awkward shape and total lack of aerodynamics really hurts it at freeway speeds-- you can feel the buffeting.The ride is a bit stiff as well. If you have back problems, you might want to get a pillow of some sort. It's essentially like driving a minivan.
All in all, it's a completely useful, reliable people mover-- if that's what you want, this thing will not let you down. Just don't expect to rally it. Full disclosure: I'm planning to trade mine in for a Subaru WRX, so you can see where I'm coming from.
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