I bought this model with many upgrades worth trying.
This car has Enhanced auto-pilot so it can steer and stop itself.
Sensory mode to use all cars camera to spot thief, etc...
Dual-zone climate control.
Auto-dimming rear-view mirror navigation.
Premium audio system with subwoofer.
LED for lights.
Two smartphone docking ports.
12-way power-adjustable seats with custom driver profiles.
The seats can even fold down to give you a huge 66 inches of boot space.
All controls being managed through a 15.4 inch touchscreen in the centre of the dash.
Has "Lost and Found" mode.
Record surrounding 24/7 using 5 surrounded camera. 128GB capicity.
For mountain/hike/off-road trip, please choose Post trip cleaning extra as check-out.
For one-day rental please book within 48h before the trip starts only.
For 2+ day booking you can book anytime.
Fit 5 people.
Very nice car.
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