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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby iix23 » 22 Sep 2009, 14:55

Ha, got it, ok
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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby mezziahmac » 22 Sep 2009, 17:02

nazmikarakoc wrote:

He means this Image

:thumbsup: :lol:


This is a Daihatsu. I was referring to the Infiniti FX 35.
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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby llary » 22 Sep 2009, 19:03

I think the BMW X6 is one of the best car designs in recent years, certainly miles ahead of the boring-as-fuck 3, 5 and 7 series. Now flame away but you're wrong.
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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby ceevee369 » 22 Sep 2009, 20:15

If the Q would be asked in 'Nam, my vote goes for this unique piece of Art :thumbsup:

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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby Ducked » 22 Sep 2009, 22:25

[quote="ceevee369"]If the Q would be asked in 'Nam, my vote goes for this unique piece of Art :thumbsup:

It clever, affordable, its both recycled and recyclable, it runs on grass, the powerplant is self-reproducing and edible, you can milk it, and its cuter than a Cayenne.

Apart from its methane emissions it has a Cayenne pretty comprehensively beat, fuckwittedness-wise, but then what doesn't?
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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby redwagon » 22 Sep 2009, 23:03

Based on where they are, and how new that truck cab looks, I bet they are moving it with that cart, and it isn't part of the cart. It's just too new and shiny, lacking in dings and corrosion.

I bet they are taking it to a shop where they do facelifts for Ford Escapes.
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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby kaikai34 » 22 Sep 2009, 23:24

I like the x5 and toureg. range rover is pretty sweet too. I think those infiniti's fx 35/45 are fugly.
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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby sulavaca » 22 Sep 2009, 23:44

redwagon wrote:I bet they are taking it to a shop where they do facelifts for Ford Escapes.


Oh, how embarrassing! On first glance, I actually thought it was a Ford Escape. :oops:
I think that if it wasn't that bright blue colour then most dealers on Chunde road might actually have a chance at passing it off as one.

After further research it obviously has a far more superior power plant however. I imagine its probably Japanese as it looks a lot more reliable than the Ford plant and a whole lot more efficient! Plus it doesn't seem to be spewing oil everywhere either and seems to show better road manners.


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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby sulavaca » 23 Sep 2009, 00:00

I found my favourite looking SUV of all time.
All SUVs that most people don't need should look this way! :wink:

Simply beautiful!

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Re: The best looking SUV in Taiwan

Postby llary » 23 Sep 2009, 03:33

That shit works both ways, buddy..

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