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Old 03-02-2014, 04:41 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Hopefully they won't screw around and offer the crap jeeps been putting out. I'd LOVE to see them just drop us the Hx concept, removable roof and all.
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I thought the new Yukon looked dead sexy when I saw a few on the lot the other day. I can't justify ever buying one, and wish the women driving Suburbans/Escalades all by themselves would re-evaluate their purchase decisions as well, but if you actually need this kind of vehicle I definitely see the attraction.
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Hummer said Hopefully they won't screw around and offer the crap jeeps been putting out. I'd LOVE to see them just drop us the Hx concept, removable roof and all. I'm not sure if this is a dig at the Cherokee or just a "car racism" anti-Jeep type comment, but most of Chrysler Co's redesigns have been huge successes for them, new Cherokee and redesigned Grand Cherokee included.
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Its not a dig at jeep, the wrangler is a great offroader, but that's the only offroad vehicle they offer.*

the camrys a successful car but I wouldnt take it offroad, similarly the other offerings jeep have are decent as cars but muddy the brand up leaving only one offroad oriented vehicle.
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Your first comment made no sense, if people want them then it doesn't matter the reason, but if I need a traditional SUV these dont fit the bill as they're incapable compared to their predecessors.
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Hummer said Your first comment made no sense, if people want them then it doesn't matter the reason, but if I need a traditional SUV these dont fit the bill as they're incapable compared to their predecessors. I guess that's why Ford GM and Chrysler are selling so many pick-up trucks. If it's a raw utilitarian SUV you want the closest you're going to get is a base crew cab 4X4 pick-up.
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