Cons: "GM should have recalled the bearings and fix ABS"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 8
"I bought it new with every accessory, back up sensors, DVD, leather and heated seats. The worst first. 65,000 miles right after warranty expired GM said it needed new front bearings and tie-rod ends at an outrageous price but they would guarantee them forever. I'm on my 3rd set.. ABS and traction lights still on. This is a sensor issue I got tired of replacing them $200 a pop. Transmission filter or modular got plugged once, I took it back several times while under warranty for the power doors. I now clean the contacts and grease the tracks. 140,000 miles and the rear seal is leaking a little. Minor issues are remotes didn't last long and one heated seat quit working but the plus is; if the rear seal doesn't get worse I'll drive it another 100,000."
"The vehicle has been great to drive on trips. The DVD system works great, the seats are very comfortable. The handling on the road at high speed was incredible for a minivan. I was impressed with the handling. Cheaper than a Honda Odyssey. The one power door has trouble with the slide so it makes a little noise. The AC had a small o ring leak. One of the electric modules had to be replaced but we had an extended warranty. My daughter now uses it for her Nanny job. I heard about the AC problems for that year but we never had the problem. We recommended the van to my Brother in law and he had the AC problems on his Saturn Relay and traded it in. It would be nice to disconnect the power doors to manual like the Chrysler Town and Country does."