What's New, Changed, Different
Having been completely redesigned for '01, the '02 model gets little change, except for the addition of a new value model, the eL, which is equipped similar to a Sport, but includes a trip computer and sells for a grand less. Top-line models may now be had with power adjustable pedals or a DVD entertainment system, replete with wireless headphones, for the rear passengers.

From the Logbook
"Certainly smooth and quiet, but I think the engineers took the whole isolation thing a bit too seriously. The steering is a bit numb and the ride springy."--Kevin Smith

"Darn good for what it is. Smooth ride and pretty quiet at speed. If it had heated seats and a VCR, I could camp/sleep/live in here."--Mark Williams

"It's the Cadillac of minivans (and I mean that in a good way). From its plush, quiet ride to its power sliders and rear vent windows, it has everything you could want and more." --Chris Walton

"A well done cabin--especially in the console and center-stack areas--but falls short in that it doesn't have the "magic" foldaway seat that Mazda and Honda do so well.--Matt Stone