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Cons: front seats are too close to dashGood economy, dependable, looks nice, low upkeep, runs good.
Not so sure
Pros: Seat comfort
Cons: Nav/phone is hard to figure out (might just be me); 3rd row seat and not much cargo room when up.Bought brand new 2009 MDX - needed luxury sport utility to seat 7 with fold down rear seat; didn't want V-8; didn't want non-local dealership, so that cancelled out Benz, BMW, Audi and Lexus. Not so sure if it's worth all the hype and the pricetag. Fan runs super loud; handling is fabulous - totally; comfort is awesome with plenty of leg room - and I'm tall; 3rd row seating is terrible and feels like a clostrophobic's nightmare; lots of little tics and noises when car warms up, when air is on, fan runs off and on constantly; just not sure if it's all that.
Pros: Lot's of storage.
Cons: Bridgestone TiresI just love my Venza...I'm saddened though by the safety problems Toyota's currently having. Margaret
Pros: The ride of a car with the practical features of a SUV.
Cons: Gas milageThis is the first U.S. made car I've owned in 30 years. What a pleasent surprise.
Cons: The front endUgly I have a 2005 mazda 3 that is an awesome car!!!
Best small car I have ever owned!!
Pros: The Preferred Package
Cons: Horn. We had a real horn put on @ the dealership.The biggest problem I have is; my wife won't let me drive the Cube! This is her car. After 50 years of marriage I can't argue. We got the SL with the SL Preferred Package Again, great small car.
Pros: The NAV/Sync system with MP3 jack.
Cons: The plastic cover attached to the 20 inch rims.Going from an SUV to this CUV is a great change. It feels sporty like a car, yet lots of room inside for comfort and ease of getting in and out with my back problems, (which is why I couldn't buy a sports car).