mren2011
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mren2011
Oct 24
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Don’t know why the easy clean interior is so restricted. Having three kids it would be awesome to take this through the car wash without the door and get everyone clean at once!

Oct 23
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Besides manufacturing shutdowns I see potentials in the mass movement of people out of cities, which may lead to a large influx of buyers needing cars rather than public transit. Or there is the large amount of people pushed out of the market due to economic downturn.

Oct 23
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If we have to do rolling or strategic shutdowns that slow/stop production again then this will continue for some time. If we can keep the new cars churning then I feel mid 2021 for things to be back with prepandemic, assuming no mass changes in demographic and buying thought process

Oct 16
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A lot of manufacturers will build 90% complete prototypes then have employees use them as personal vehicles for a period time. When they are returned they are usually broken down to individual parts for testing or crushed

Oct 16
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Lots of people ask what he should have done differently and I always come back to the fact the distribution and procurement of emergency supplies seemed screwed. Read more

Oct 15
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Can’t wait for the videos debating how this won’t happen to the Ram TRX due to the heavy duty frame and how Furds suck!

Oct 15
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I figured you’d have to be looking in this area (reg cab, low trim). I forgot they allow you a cheaper Cummins with less power. Now the real question is how many of those are available or how long does it take before they can deliver a special build?

Oct 12
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Word on the street is that real estate is the stock market for hard assets. So it’s basically mostly wealthy people buying on speculation or flippers with cash selling to speculators so they can rent

Oct 12
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I remember them doing that to encourage people to branch into this business so they could build up fleets. 

Oct 12
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So how much will these service partners be bringing in once they are done paying for the lease on these every month?

Oct 10
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If the Pilot looked like the new 21 Ridgeline to begin with I wouldn’t complain about the 2020 looking like a pilot

Oct 7
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Considering the trend in crab claw or “C” shaped tail lights, bringing it too the front was only a matter of time.

Oct 6
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Your comment about compromise between the Jeep and the Subaru got me thinking. I feel like the Jeep is becoming more civilized, much slower than others, and Subaru keeps pushing to the all show no go mentality. I agree the Bronco sport hits a decent compromise, but one that seems to require a specific trim to Read more

Oct 5
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I see a lot of people compare the intangibles when it comes to the Colorado/Tacoma. What did you think of the Canyon/Colorado besides low potential reliability? Read more

Oct 2
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NPR was saying this on my way to work. Would be interesting to see if a dem leaning state congress could force electors to “vote” for a deceased person to the benefit of Biden. Obviously if the republican electoral votes were split between the deceased trump and newly appointed Pence I only see Biden gaining from that.