Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Levi, Feb 25, 2014.
These two are my rides on occasion:
My two Hondas, '06 Shadow VLX Deluxe and '09 Accord EX coupe.
I drive a 2007 Subaru Forester identical to this one. Her name is Pearl.
I only ride it a few times a year, but it's my favorite by far:
I'll be there in May, then these will be my rides as well.
Missed it by that >< much. I'll be there in June!
My godson and I are going to DisneyWorld / Epcot in July.
Here is my ride, it's 6 years old now and has 179,578 miles on it. Still looks this good except for a few rock chips on the front bumper.
180,000 miles and it looks that good? You take care of your vehicle!
Nice ride, GA! I tend to take care of my vehicles and hold onto them. My Ford Ranger is going to be sold to my friend's son. I am currently looking for another vehicle. So far, I like the Chevy Equinox or GMC Terrain. They are built on the same platform.
On looks alone, the GMC looks more badass, imho! No idea about the interiors and all that though...
I have to agree with An Officer, that GMC looks sharp.
I agree with you. My dealer only has the Equinox in stock right now. [I am looking at used vehicles.] Hopefully, he will get a nice Terrain soon.
My ride, I love her!
Thanks J, that picture is from when it was brand new but the only chips and scratches I have are inside the bed. What can I say, it's a truck and gets used as one.
Thank you, I park as far out in the parking lots as possible and try to take care of it. I do all my own maintenance and only use the best oil and parts.
GMC has better styling than the equal Chevy models, they do however cost 5 to 6 thousand more than the same Chevy too.
Well, I don't see the point of having a truck if you're not going to use it to do truck... things.
I'm a car person myself. I've driven trucks, big and small, but I always prefer a car. My parents insist I should get a bigger one, though. While I'm only 5'11", when I step out of it, I look like I'm getting out of a clown car. Saturns aren't really known for being roomy.
My brother lives in the middle of nowhere several hours' drive northeast of Toronto, and he has a 2001 Ford F150 which I love to drive. He bought the truck specifically because he needed it to use as a snow plow for his driveway. How's that for doing truck things with a truck? Truth be told I'm surprised I can drive it because I'm 5'2" and thought I wouldn't be able to reach the pedals and see out the windscreen at the same time. The hardest part for me is getting in the damned vehicle in the first place.
By British standards my Volvo station wagon is a very big car, so I must look...cute when I get out of it.
One can certainly see the difference. Is the performance and comfort better, too? If not, I guess a person would have to decide if it's worth paying that much more for looks. It really does look fab, though.
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