Review 5 of 110
, from Northeastern British Columbia |
from Muray GM
Looking forward to getting used to it. The cup holders seem to be incredibly inconveniently placed, back at your hip in the middle, almost in the back seat. I really wonder why. BUT, I put it in the strengths heading because I've been driving around for that many years with NO cup holders (in a standard) so any cup holders are just a bonus for me!!
Plus, on the Jeep, the cargo area door cannot be opened without first opening the window above it first. In my business, I will be accessing cargo many times a week in and out of the cargo area. So the swinging open cargo door is a plus as I would surely wear out the shocks on the Jeep window cargo area very soon.
I don't know yet.
Well I haven't got it yet, it will be here next week. I was going to get the new Jeep Liberty Sport, but the Chrysler dealer here wanted 5-8 thousand down, and gave 5.7% for a 48 month lease and $440 a month payments. Whereas the GM dealer is ZERO money down, 0.9% on a 48 month lease and $350 a month payments. The Jeep didn't come with a block heater which is a must where I live and the Tracker has one in it. So in doing the math, it wasn't hard to decide which one to get. I got a very plain and simple one, no bells or whistles, 4 cyl. When it gets here next week, a command start will be installed for me. I chose the automatic as I've been driving a standard for so many years I needed a "rest" :o) I'm hoping it will be fine, although it's new so the warranty should look after any "bugs."
At the end where it askes for value rating and overall rating, not having it yet, I will put in what I HOPE I will end up with.
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I've not "used" a similar product before. I am leaving my 1995 Ford F150 for this little mini SUV. Keep in mind that I've not had one problem with my truck, but I feel it's just time for a change.