Call it the Jeep LaJeep.
Call it the Jeep LaJeep.
Agreed. Laredo and Grand Laredo. It’s a name that’s already familiar with Jeep buyers.
I vote a name that already has a proud Jeep history: Laredo.
See Lincoln Navigator. I’ve seen a few rolling around and those are pricy
Literally one of the two complaints is something that could be demonstrated with a photo, and yet I’m forced to the Googles in an attempt to see how tight the back seat is. I’m glad there is six photos of the front end though...
How about a full-size American coupe in the vein of the Grand Prix,
I’m sorry. I’m only getting pics of the old car. Will you please post pics of the updated one? Thanks.
I own a 2009 G37. It is a reasonably priced, fast, reliable, moderately attractive, good handling, and overall fun to drive four door sedan (compared to a Camry). My prescription is for them to go back to building things like the G37 - quality, inexpensive, RWD alternatives to the Germans.
Am I the only one that hates Ford interiors? I mean every single model is drab and usually even worse in person (the Mustang is ok, but even thats not saying much). I mean has anyone sat inside the new Explorer or Escape? Full of cheap plastic and just overall not good looking. This interior looks to continue the… Read more
sounds like you don’t know wtf you’re talking about. So please.... keep going! I’m hanging on every word.
Nice idea but they don’t care. They are lying their way through this and are trying to be the first one out and a new leading economy. COVID was a godsend to the Chinese economy. Before COVID their failing economy was all on them but now they have the world collapsing with them and they are a few months farther in the… Read more
the dealership model is so stupid. The dealers are taking out loans to pay for inventory that the end user is going to take out a loan to pay for. that’s a whole chunk of interest cost that just gets passed on to the buyer. Now that there are fewer buyers the dealers are in a whole heap of shit. The good thing about… Read more
So, Google and ‘research’? Thanks for the hot tips guys, really outstanding work here.
I’m no fitness guru, but I’m thinking the Nanjiani in the photo is not the current day-to-day fit Nanjiani he is now, that’s the dehydrated-for-days, just-worked-out-so-veins-are-popping fit Nanjiani. It’s enough to be jealous over, but people should know nobody really looks like that day-to-day.
Maxima was a go-to for the upwardly mobile young exec who wanted a sporty car that also looked like it belonged to a responsible adult in the 80s. Every Chad with a tie had one.
I get angry every time I see the house in the GMC commercial with the couple in their late 20s/ early 30s living in a million dollar modern mansion and he buys them matching GMCs because her matching watches for the hell of it. Who is this supposed to appeal to?