This car is surprisingly lovely inside.
Cabin lighting, storage, stowage, ventilation, heating, seating, and general practicality and functionality are amazing.
Many lovingly crafted details you wouldn't expect. This car was designed by people who actually like other people.
The car is better on the open road than on curvy country lanes. It is quiet, long-legged, and has sufficient power for passing and climbing, even fully loaded with passengers and cargo.
Steering and handling can feel a bit doughy around town, but you get used to it.
The accelerator pedal seems strangely sticky and unresponsive, almost like a mere stop and go switch - another thing you get used to eventually.
Having eight seats, separate AC in the back, and two glass roofs is very cool.
Fuel economy seems quite reasonable at about 10.6 L/100 km for everyday driving including suburban and urban use, and 9.3 L/100 km Highway long haul trips. I've never used more than 11.3 L/100 km, which was with AC on in the city. Range per tank on long trips is a comfortable 600 km before you need to refill.