I’m a big Corvette fan, though would usually take a McLaren if I had the choice.
Also why does the configurator not work very well? It's still super buggy.
Larger diameter wheels?
Until I hear about handling, you can’t say for sure if it encapsulates the lotus mantra.
Hmm now I'm trying to remember. I'll leave to ask my buddy, but the Kaiser might be it
That's it! Although the one I saw looked more basic. Is that one modded?
Yup, there was also a convertible I forgot the model name. Never seen one before.
I have mostly refused to load your media group’s pages except the occasional story like this one for a long time.
“hur dur...” ‘Merica... you’re just turning to tired insults, assuming I’m buying a car only because of where it was made (which I didn’t even say anywhere I am buying a Durango).
Very nice, name calling and making assumptions. That will help your case.
You’re entirely incorrect. If you’re going to pick the Odyssey, the Pilot is faster. I am not going to waste my time looking up every single car in the class.
If you seriously think the 300 and the challenger handle the same just because the chassis is the same (but extended), I don’t know how to rationalize with you.
We’ll have to agree to disagree. Minivan handles way worse in my opinion, turning diameter is feet larger, seating position completely different.
Thanks a bunch. You’re hitting on a lot of the same opinions I have been forming.
We did, but I just rented one and we both very much disliked it.
You can’t deny a mini van drives entirely different.
5,000 lbs is well over our intended tow load, I picked 5k knowing I’d stay well below fully loaded. It is a good thing to point out though.
This is great information. Real life tow examples are hard to come by and a big concern of mine. Especially with the Hyundai or Atlas even, where the brand doesn't have the experience ofa pickup line.
This is the overwhelming response. Interesting.
Thanks for the feedback. Happy to hear the traverse was well regarded.