I like the powertrain and handling. It is dependable and the fuel mileage (since it is a diesel) is great. I have numerous problems with electrical accessories and the AC just does not cool adequately. The door lock for the driver is intermittent. When it is not working, the automatic door lock and the remote lock do not work. I have to put the key in to lock the driver's side. Also, the cruise control is intermittent. It works fine until you've been on the road for about a half hour. Then sometimes it will not engage unless you turn the switch off and then back on. Then it will work a little longer. On long trips, this gets annoying. The radio on am doesn't work well for the local station. It sounds fuzzy. I had this corrected when I had an extended warranty. They replaced the antenna but that only solved the problem for a short while. Also, the dash lights are blue which, at night look fuzzy, especially the tick marks on the speedometer (this is a design issue). One thing I really dislike is the mechanism for tilting the front seatbacks. It is a 3 inch or so flat knob that is difficult to turn. My wife cannot turn it at all. There's not enough space to get your hand around it plus when you do turn it, it only moves the seatback a little at a time. This also is an egregious design issue. Another accessory not designed well is the AC controls which are situated low and behind the gear shift lever which is awkward. Another annoying thing is if you use the cruise control in town (not on highways or interstate) and come on a certain incline (not a steep one) it makes the powertrain continually downshift and speed up, until you get off the incline. Their choice of icons for lock and unlock are curious and not easily interpreted. They use the outline of an entire car showing one door open - for unlock. They use a key icon for lock. That kind of logic is mysterious. I much prefer what most manufacturers use, the icon of an unlocked and locked padlock for unlock and lock respectively. Why make things so arduous?