Nope, got the pictures off a listing on Mercado Libre because Google Images is a bit shakey for finding pictures of weird Mexican-market Fords (go figure).
Hot take: Crossovers under ~$50k are pointless, but more expensive “sports” crossovers like the Stelvio, Range Rover Sport SVR and Macan aren’t because they’re basically bigger, comfier, slightly less nimble hot hatches. And three row crossovers (Pilot, Traverse, Sorento, Highlander, list goes on) are just minivans…
I quite like it, though I’m still partial to the LDV/Maxus variant.
This is a hot take, but it’s a correct one.
I’m pretty sure the Niva STILL has it. At least the Canadian-market ones had them, and those were sold until 1997 or 1998 (sales stopped in the 1998 model year, so probably 1997 though they could have sold a few in early 98).
The plural of Leaf is Leafii. Change my mind.
The answer is always Delica.
That generation of full size RWD GM executive car has to be one of the most prolificly rebadged cars in the world. An Opel in mainland Europe, a Vauxhall in the UK, a Holden in Australia, and even a Chevrolet in South Africa.
how dare you
mid-engined viper with hellcat engine when is the real question
The plot thickens.
This is the best take.
We don’t mention that name around here.
If the FPIU is an FPIU and not an Explorer, this is a Town Car and not a MKT.
Saturn was good at the very start (with the first gen S-Series) and the very end (with cars like the Sky and Astra) but mediocre in between. Change my mind.
Don’t you dare bring logic and economics into this.