The current model isn't too bad looking. However they are completely out of date compared to other midsize trucks being offered by other companies. The tech and features on them currently are alright, that is if we were in the year 1998. Also I drove past one recently while in a nissan rogue, and the rogue sits higher and is larger interior wise. I don't know about anybody else, but I can speak for myself and I wouldn't dump $20k or more on one of these especially with toyota Ford,chevy, dodge, and even nissan themselves having LED daytime running lights, 7 to 8 inch indash screen with bluetooth capabilities, android auto, and backup camera etc and these are all standard features consumers want nowadays.Am I the only one that loves the fact they haven't changed very much in 15 years. They are perfect work horses and just like the Jeep Cherokee which also had a 15 year run, which is extremely sought after because it is cheap and inexpensive to build into extremely capable offroaders, they will have parts for days so building and repairing the vehicle will be very inexpensive.
As far as it being a dependable off roader. That's cool if you already own one and are into that, but some of us want a nice looking modern midsize that can be used daily. 🤷♂️