it's a tempting package. Looks really good in that crowded segment.
It'll fit in really well in the segment. They softened it to appeal to one end of the market, and the upcoming baby Bronco should take care of the other end.
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It just looks awkward.
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Saw and sat in it at the NY auto show. It looks better in person, and is quite comfortable and roomy.
I would quite like the Titanium PHEV version of it, which would be a nearly perfect car for us, but I am unlikely to spend the premium over my CX-5 to get it.
Agreed it looks good. People still commenting on big grills are funny. It has only been around 10 years now that the big grill thing has been happening. How is being stuck in 2008 treating you?
I would configure like C&D would but maybe would consider the hybrid. https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a2...ld-price-spec/
sure it looks cheap compared to the CX-5 but it always has. Still a good competitive CUV in that market.
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