Originally Posted by freddykingston
it can carry more people but so can a van?
But that's all a van can do and they're generally fugly POS
it costs like 50k but a fairmont ghia is so much hotter?
Yes Fairmont Ghias are hot but they don't have the versatility of the Terri
it has awd but u drive it in the city ( most of u)?
AWD can have benefits in the city too. I'm from NSW where most of the roads are as rough and potholed as outback tracks. Not really the best environment for stiff suspension and low profile rubber is it.
I do like to go on the occasional dirt road and into remote camping/fishing locations and the AWD gives me a greater sense of confidence that I'll get to where I'm going and back safely and without drama.
I do not need a tractor or something with the chassis and wheels that look like one to achieve this and I do not intend to try climbing boulders or fording rivers.
it has horrible control when driving a bit to fast?
You haven't driven a Terri yet have you, it has GREAT control and is why I have been holding out for this vehicle and haven't even considered the Prado/Pajero type vehicles.
So where can you drive a bit fast these days?
I don't need 250+kw to go 110km/h (though more power never hurts)
its a smooth car but so is everything
Your obviously not too fussy
you wanna look cool sittin up high (lol ill accept this)