True that! I understand that Nissan isn't allowing any reviewers to test drive the production model until it hits showrooms. It does seem like a nice CUV except for that wonky shifter! Car manufacturers are slowly taking away any tactile feel when it comes to shifting.Jay, probably won't matter anyway. He said it was a pre-production model which, to me, means it's not what you get when it's at the dealer.
This guys reviews are mostly on the basic fluffy side. He doesn't really go into every nook and cranny on anything.Once again, he talks mostly about the features the car has and less about road feel. How does it feel on dirt roads? What's the turning radius? How responsive is steering? How well do the surround cameras work? He never demonstrated lane departure. How's the driving position? Visibility? And the big one... has the suspension improved any over previous years? He sounds like a fanboy and never mentioned any negatives, which all cars have.