I purchased this car after an unfortunate mishap with my beloved Ferrari that involved a miniature Dachshund and high winds...but that's another story. I am indeed fond of this car and rather enjoy the looks it gets when parked. It is nearly as comfortable and useful as my beloved 1973 Chevrolet Blazer, but lacks the offroad capability of The Beast, as we called it.
This is a scrumptiously comfortable car. The power is second to none. I love the interior, and I gaze lovingly at the motor for hours on end, often making little "vroom vroom" noises whilst sitting in the car while parked in my 18-car garage at our summer place.
This may seem like a bit of a nit, but this car lacks enough cup holders. Also, it really isn't all that good in ice, snow, or mud. An all-wheel drive car of this caliber really should be able to handle the Rubicon Trail with ease. I suggest a more rugged suspension and more aggressive tires.
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