Regarding your comment on why people would buy a Land Cruiser over a Range Rover or G class, the answer is reliability.
Agreed. Does not work at all here.
What level of off-roading are you expecting this to do, if any at all?
This is true, however there are roads that cyclists just shouldn’t be on. One type that comes to mind are winding country roads full of blind corners with no shoulder and a 55mph speed limit.
If the cab and bed are separate, probably not.
Well, I had zero considerations of buying this. Now I can't imagine living without one.
Does it get the “Jeep wave?”
I’d say it’s more efficient than lazy. This is a vehicle that should be bought for function and cost over form.
It’s a purpose built platform. Mostly shared with the Prius.
Interior quality always increases as size does in model lineups, across basically every manufacturer.
I disagree, especially for a lot of the people I know here in the rural South/Midwest.
The one in the picture is definitely what I would consider the best looking generation.
I agree with almost everything you said... except that it has as much space as a Pilot. The interior of the Outback is pretty narrow.
Ah yes, I remember that time my dad had me use paint stripper to strip the back porch with no gloves. Mostly though, I remember the part where my finger nails melted off.
Yes, that’s what storm drains are for. The nastiest chemicals you can buy.
They skipped the 2014 update that the Tundra got, unfortunately.
“The 47mm pistons in the rear Fox units are 15mm larger than the standard Sequoia, and the shock rods are 3.2 inches larger in diameter.”
I thought the same thing, however an experience I had today in my 2016 model front wheel drive sedan made me realize it was not true.
I didn’t find it click-baity at all, especially since he used the word “alleging.”
They’re going to pass it along, and the customer can choose whether or not it’s worth the extra money.