AT A GLANCE
WHAT IT’S GOT
Seven airbags, stability control, trailer sway control, eightinch colour touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, digital radio, voice control, navigation, USB port, four 12V outlets, front and rear parking sensors, remote power windows and start, rear camera, 18-inch alloys including the spare, heated, leather-faced front seats, forward collision warning, lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, tyre pressure monitoring.
WHAT IT HASN’T
Automatic emergency braking, radar cruise, locking rear diff, driver’s seat lumbar support,
Servicing costs $2623 over 63 months/105,000km, with intervals of 9 months/15,000km.
WHAT WE LIKED
Cheap for a big, seven-seater 4WD. Engine has grunt to burn, is reasonably easy on the juice, runs smoothly and quietly and is well-matched with the six-speed auto. A top tow vehicle. Versatile, kid-friendly seating in rows two and three and lots of load space. Voice control works. Full-size spare.
WHAT WE DIDN’T
Cramped, uncomfortable driving position and restricted entry/exit. Flat, unsupportive driver’s seat. Industrial grade interior. Handles like a truck. Weak brakes. Problems with MyLink, power windows and forward collision alert. High load floor. Needs more oddment storage upfront. No rear diff lock. Short service intervals and warranty.