We've got this for ~10 days along with another Chevrolet SUV, which I've already reviewed, so there will be no additional review of that.
This rental appears to have been well used, based on some of the interior damage, unless these parts are incredibly fragile.
- The seats are reasonably comfortable, albeit the materials selection feels cheap. I could see it being well suited for long trips.
- The vehicle is quiet and the engine feels like a reasonable match for the application: it doesn't feel fast, but doesn't make a lot of noise or seem like it is straining during acceleration events, which are without drama. The transmission shifts are unremarkable; you don't even notice them.
- The navigation isn't great, I would put it on-par with GM's offerings, which I'm not overly fond of.
- The climate control is ridiculous. It works well enough for the task, however the rear controls are on the ceiling, which makes zero sense. They are impossible for somebody sitting on the passenger side and awkward for the person on the driver's side.
- The rear window controls are very poorly located, involving a huge reach.
- There's some sort of "rumble seat" in the back that looks like it would fit a 3 yr old
- The wide-screen rear TV is a really neat concept, however the housing it is fitted to feels cheap like something that belongs in a base model early 2000's Dodge.
- Panel fitment is decent as is fitment for the inside trim. The sliding door panels however have a lot of flex to them, making them feel cheap. Also, there's a latch mechanism on the driver's-side rear seat that looks incredibly awkward.
Overall, I'm not overly impressed with the vehicle, though I could see how it might fit the "appliance" role well.