engine

  Standard
Size 3.6L V6 292HP
Torque 353 Nm
Fuel Type Regular unleaded
Fuel Capacity 72 L
City Fuel Economy 11.7 L/100 km
Highway Fuel Economy 7.3 L/100 km

drivetrain

Header Transmission Automatic
Transmission Number of speeds 5
Drivetrain Driven Wheels Rear-wheel
  Locking Hubs -

safety features

Lane Departure Lane Departure Warning -
Traction Control Yes
Tire Pressure Monitor Tire Pressure Monitoring System Tire specific
Stability Control Yes
Child Door Lock Child safety locks Yes
Parking Sensors Exterior Parking Camera -
Air Bags Driver Airbag Yes
  Head airbags Curtain 1st and 2nd row
  Knee Airbag -
  Passenger Airbag Yes

exterior

Fog Lights Front fog lights -
  Rear fog lights -
Speed Sensing / Variable Speed Wipers Intermittent -
  Rain sensing -
  Speed sensitive Yes
Spoiler Rear spoiler -
Sun / Moon / Panoramic Roof Sunroof -
  Rear sunroof -
  Extended sunroof -
  3rd Row Sunroof -
Running Boards Running Boards -
Heated Mirrors Heated driver mirror -
  Heated passenger mirror -
Remote / Auto Vehicle Entry Push bu-function remote -

INTERIOR

Telematics Navigation System -
Audio System Premium Brand -
  Radio AM/FM/Satellite-prep
  Memory Card Slot Yes
  Digital Audio Input Yes
Seats Upholstery Cloth
Driver Seat Power adjustments 6
  Manual adjustments -
Passenger Seat Power adjustments -
  Manual adjustments -

comfort & convenience

Air Conditioning Front air conditioning Manual
  Rear air conditioning -
Remote Starter Multi-function remote Trunk/hatch/door/tailgate
Auto Up / Down Windows Power windows Yes
  One-touch windows 2
Steering Steering wheel Tilt and telescopic
Keyless Ignition Keyless Ignition Doors and ignition
Cruise Control (Standard / Radar Controlled) Yes
Bluetooth wireless phone connectivity -
Auto Dimming Rearview Mirrors Auto-dimming mirrors -

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