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When sitting in the drivers seat the 2010 feels a bit smaller because the center console is quite different and feels more like a cockpit.

Thanks for the info. I had looked at the numbers earlier and saw that passenger volume had decreased 3 cubic feet between the 2004 and 2010 (while cargo volume increased 5 cubic feet). I'm not sure if the center console design is included in that calculation or not, but that is what really felt like it was impinging on space that I enjoy in my 2004, and took a big bite out of whatever urge I was feeling to trade in.

Good to know about the added door insulation, although I've never felt road noise was an issue in my 2004 (plus I drive with my windows down a lot). I put all the compartments to a lot of use, including the sunglasses compartment in the ceiling above the rear view mirror, which also is no longer included.

The better mileage in the 2010 is a big plus, but all in all, I'm going to wait a while longer and see what else comes up before I trade in.
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