I have a 5.3 and can't see myself going back to a 6 in an SUV (although I have not driven the 6 cyl Saab, I have had two other 6 cyl SUVs). This one has good power where you need it - passing, hills, merge etc.
I could do without the factory nav system. My previous ford one was much better. This nav has trouble finding even the simplest locations - or even recalculating routes. The screen has difficulty deciding if it is day or night. I dunno, maybe its the user - but these things should be somewhat intuitive. I would save some $ and forgo the nav.
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