Member since: Apr 10th, 2009
Jan 18th 2011 9:11PM I guess I'm still one of the few who never had an issue with the Acura beak grille.
Jan 13th 2011 8:39PM Ant and Gua. What are yall smoking?First of all, the Highlander is clearly one size up from Edge-Murano. More accurate would be Edge-Murano-Rav4 or Flex-Quest-Highlander in terms of actual consumer comparison. Second, the Highlander is about as soft as a crossover can get, not AT ALL an SUV. In fact, the last Highlander is actulally known as the first car-based CUV model in North America. If you want a real SUV from Toyota, the 4runner is readily available.
Dec 22nd 2010 8:21PM 1.5L, AWD, and manual at this size sounds like fun in its own way.
Nov 22nd 2010 5:06PM That's the old Chrysler. It's different now. There's absolutely NO SUV right now better than the GC on which to build a luxury SUV.
Nov 18th 2010 6:26PM Come on, guys. I think this is a great product (maybe not the pricetag) and even by my critical eyes, it's a decent design.
Nov 10th 2010 8:22PM I'm guessing the still photo ads will turn out better than the behind-the-scenes.
Nov 10th 2010 7:08PM I agree, but I appreciate Chrysler bucking the trend of using huge badge advertising.
Nov 9th 2010 6:45PM @2buck Cadillac will drop chrome when hell freezes over.
Oct 25th 2010 9:47PM I found out today that my 1999 Plymouth Voyager minivan actually weighs less than either the Camaro or the Challenger. Haha, joke’s on you, modern safety requirements!
Oct 25th 2010 9:24PM It's okay. I was too intent watching the cars to hear the lyrics. And there's an even smaller chance anyone will catch in China.
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