this is super helpful. thank you so much!
Did I miss the photo? Not sure I saw it yet.
Thanks again. Enjoy the suv. It’s really great. I would have one if not for the mileage, which scares me a bit. I have about a 18 mile commute, each way.
Thanks! I didn’t realize a third row was even an option. Is it tiny or how old is your son?
Can you post a photo of what the third row looks like? My sister has a 2018, black sr5 premium without third row or the running board. Would like to see what it looks like up close. Thanks!
I just found it interesting that the 4runner is really not a basic or base model car. It is the premium version. One step up from base and a very expensive suv. The limited trim has push button.
I kinda prefer the key too. Not living in past. It is just something tactical. The Push Button to start just seems to turn it into more of an appliance.
the 3rd generation Prius i don’t believe has another option other than push button. it has a key to get inside the car, but nothing to actually turn it over should the battery die. weird.
cool. someone else mentioned his 17 wrx. so maybe subaru is one of the last hold overs.
I would like to have a key again too. I miss the mechanical and old school nature of turning a key to start the car.
my wife also did it with her 2013 toyota prius. not all her fault. the car gives no warnings that it’s on and if it is in pure ev mode, you don’t hear it. she was distracted and one thing led to another and boom. thank goodness i went to garage and saw it on.
oh, that’s cool. I thought for sure wrx would be push button ignition.
yeah. i was curious if anyone knew specifics.
I know. I just opened it up for cars from ‘17 too. I don’t have an issue with push button start vehicles but I have read that some people are forgetting to turn the car off when they pull into the garage and leave car running.
new? is it only in base model?
Iihs is fine and all but are these cars really the safest? We have a prius and crv both are on the list when we bought then.
New xc 90 is way out of our range as is any new volvo. At least until they bring the s40 or v40 to market. The used xc90’s I have heard are riddled with issues. Mostly transmission. My issue is, life is so hectic, I don't want to be sitting or paying for the dealership all the time due to poor reliability.
Should I not worry about expense or reliability?
What do you mean? Sorry. Not getting it
Should I be concerned? Wasn't the LR2 one of the worst cars ever made?