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Oct 11
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Navigator is body-on-frame and could tow a Palisade without breaking a sweat. It also looks massively better, has better interior materials, and more comfort for 3 rows (or even 1 row) of passengers. They’re not directly comparable. Even the Aviator doesn’t directly compare to the Palisade or Telluride (which looks Read more

Oct 11
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If recent spy shots are to believed, and based on recent product releases, the next escalade will essentially be a bigger body-on-frame xt6. I wouldn’t hold your breath.

Oct 11
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How many Navigators would Fancy Kristen harness together to draw her gold-and-platinum-bodied wheeled mobile sensory deprivation chamber through society to her next destination? I imagine she could use Cullinans, but my understanding is that they seem a bit crass and true plutocrats and such frown on them. Read more

Sep 30
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Oooooh, McLaren F1 or Mazda 787B...? If F1, then LM or GTR? Screaming V12, or reality-ripping rotary? Read more

Sep 25
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Sure, presuming it’s moved under its own power recently.

Sep 25
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Why didn’t he have it fixed? Free repair/replacement under warranty.

Sep 25
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Precisely this. Early versions of MyFordTouch and MyLincolnTouch had issues (which, IME, were bliwn out of proportion, but I also haven’t owned a vehicle with that system). GM/Cadillac were a few years behind MFT/MLT, and they’re now getting the bad press that CUE (and MyLink) deserve, about on the same schedule as it Read more

Sep 25
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I hope the suit is successful.in regards to the screen replacement and extending coverages on them. Not just CUE, either, as the other GM products have infotainment screen/system issues that commonly involve replacing the screen assembly, if not the whole unit. Pretty much from the MyLink systems on forward. Read more

Sep 20
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Focus RS, is a compelling and more practical alternative. The Camaro is out of consideration because folks tend to like to see out of their vehicles.

Sep 19
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Why not call it the FX4 Level II package like they offered on the trucks back when the FX4 package came out in the early ‘00s?

Sep 19
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I like the car, color, presentation, and the apparent condition. However, I can’t vote NP (yet) without some well-lit photos of the underbody, and a PPI from a British specialist. At $1500-2000 then I’d be less concerned, but that’s just me.

Sep 19
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I’m right with you on it being a fun weekender. However the paint and interior is a good match (BRG of course being superior, but at least in yellow it’ll be less invisible to the civilian tanks many drivers have now), since it’s a convertible. Black would be too hot in the sun, gray would be drab and clash, and Read more

Sep 18
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Yep. The saturn concept looks like an RX-8 knock-off that used a spy shot taken with an early cellphone camera (or one taken of the RX-EVOLV and 2001 RX-8 Concepts) as its main design ethos.

Sep 18
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“held up very well” = shattered in winter temperatures? Cracked in summer heat? Made the cars look obscenely cheap because of the required massive panel gaps to allow for expansion?

Sep 18
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Ugh, this makes my skin creep knowing that this turned into the wretched solstice and sky, as well as camaro to a lesser extent. How so? Acres of hard, impermeable dollar-store-grade plastic interiors that heat up in the sun and will BURN ANY BARE SKIN that dares make even the briefest contact with it. Great (not Read more