“CarAdvice understands the current 4.5-litre V8 turbo-diesel and 4.6-litre V8 petrol will be phased out due to tougher global emissions standards.”
Maybe sedans and sports cars forgot, but trucks sure didn’t. Off the top of my head, the F150, Silverado, Ranger, Tacoma, and Tundra have it. The TRD Pro Tundras even have it on the bed sides too.
I feel like this guys thinks he’s becoming that meme where the brain keeps expanding into some sort of galaxy brain thing... except after the first two steps it just turns in to a toilet bowl overflowing sewage.
I had a small pocket knife that I flew with for a few years from 2012 to maybe 2015 until someone finally took it.
I went through with two liters of coconut water once that I forgot in my backpack.
“Just sit back and relax.”
I don’t know how tall he or his clients are, but my in-laws have a 2016 Pilot and at 6'2 each I cannot sit in the 2nd row behind my father in law.
To be fair, it’s a Highlander based SUV. The sedan and SUV platforms have very little in common.
Maybe I should have said “looks off.” I’m assuming it’s because they’re using the same control arm geometry as other models and have them maxed out on camber. I’ve never seen it look as extreme as on the two Trail Boss models I’ve seen in person, besides when I was lifting my truck and had the new hardware on before…
I like them, but the tires look awkward in real life on the Trail Boss because the camber is off.
The worst part, to me, is the height and width of the cab vs the track width and tire size. The tires look like they’re buried deep in the wheel wells and look tiny in proportion. The Trail Boss looks the worst because they apparently didn’t care to adjust the camber with the lift.
And is cheaper to run since it can do at least half of most people’s daily commutes without any gas.
How’s the space for larger guys? Not just height, but width? B pillars are my left shoulder’s worst enemy when it comes to finding a fun vehicle.
I had kind of figured that the UX was the CT’s “crossed over” replacement.
Actually, Jalopnik DID write an article bashing Mercedes over that price change. They basically called it a bait and switch.
Some use proprietary applicators and automation that they don’t want other seeing. Others buy of the shelf and don’t care who sees it.
Why are you commenting in such a matter-of-fact manner about things you don’t know? Patrick George made him get it inspected by a certified mechanic before he started the trip.
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?