That’s questionable, and also very hard to quantify, given the overlap.
Still weighs more than you’d think and only pulls 2 wheels off the road.
The passenger keeps their arm off the center console altogether.
I had a ‘99 Eldorado at one point, I got the new headgaskets, so no biggie, but the electronics were not great.
Which is one issue, but the bigger issue is whether the trailer weight would make it too heavy to tow for the RV in question.
“My first recommendation would be: “Don’t Flat Tow”. I’ve never understood the ‘logic’ behind flat towing behind your RV vs just loading it on a flat-deck trailer.”
Is this guy going to fit comfortably in a Samurai?
Kind of heavy given he thinks the Wrangler weighs too much.
That’s certainly true.
Cadillac’s crossovers will do fine. They sell a similar amount of XT5s as BMW sells X3s, and the XT4 and XT6 will probably move as well.
Be still even more down market, like they currently are.
They don’t want to increase cachet, they want to increase sales.
I think they’re different animals, and I’m not sure I’d be super interested in the compromises a $35k Corvette would require.
Sure, but that ended in the 70's.
The 1969 Mustang started at $20k in today’s dollars, the issue isn’t inflation so much as the Crovette moved up market.
He provided the cost in today’s dollars, inflation is factored in.
“Maybe abandoning the Corvette for that SUV wasn’t your best idea, senior.”
I think that’s true and very different from saying they are inherently good.
If car enthusiasts can’t have opinions on cars, Jalopnik should just shut down.