With a price tag that's more than $10,000 higher than that of the entry-spec models, the Luxury is a tough option to recommend. It does come with an adaptive suspension and larger 19-inch alloy wheels, which do improve ride quality but only to a small degree. The cabin sees some visual enhancements with the addition of wood and aluminum trim and semi-aniline leather upholstery. The third-row seats are also upgraded with power-reclining and folding functionality.
Key Gloves, Alloy Wheel Locks, Carpet Cargo Mat, Cargo Net (PPO)
crawl control, multi-terrain select, fuel tank protector and transmission oil cooler, Panoramic View & Multi-Terrain Monitors, Outside Rearview Mirrors w/Camera
Outside Rearview Mirrors w/Camera
Wheels: 19" x 7.5J Dark Gray Metallic Alum Alloy