Discussion in 'Other Vehicles' started by Smokyray, Dec 2, 2020.
haha, your drove a minivan......
Yup & I loved it, wheeled the shit out of that thing. When I sold it everything on it still worked, everything. Not sure I'll be able to say that when my Raptor is 10 years old.
its ok, back in the early 2000s my (now) ex wife wanted 2 minivans. i hated life.
kids.... i swear.
How? It doesn’t have a low range. Or any ground clearance to speak of. The one I test drove in 2012 was so underpowered that even I wouldn’t touch it. I ended up in a Nissan Frontier. Trashed every skid plate, even tore one off, but still won’t say that I wheeled the shit out of it, it was just normal use, going hiking, not wheeling. The Ridgeline would have been in need of a backcountry tow, and those aren’t cheap. I’m calling BS.
Not knocking Fiat but it seems like they just throw a big engine in a chassis of what ever they have on the floor and slap a supercharger on top. I mean the Charger is still on an old Mercedes chassis, come on Fiat ya being lazy. When the Gen1 raptor came out it was something unheard of that a big brand manufacturer would build this and offer a warranty. Ford performance engineers put in work when they release a new performance vehicle ie...GT350, GT500, Raptor. I'm interested in the bilsteins vs the Foxes suspension wise.
They couldnt find a big enough fuel support vehicle for the 4mpg offroad
Unpossible. Maybe one or the other, but not both.
Motor trend and tfl said the king is dead, I say bullshit till you put it on the podium in Baja
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ive never seen a company go backwards in design worse than Honda did w/ the ridge line (they F’d up the Pilot too but I think more people wanted a cheap MDX vs a utilitarian suv) - it’s like they took the old ridge line & snipped what tiny nuts it had right off lol!
We have talked about a TRX, Raptor, Honda Ridgeline, etc.
Why no love for the Pontiac Aztec? You could get an option tent........
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