You'd be surprised by how well the
Amigo compared to my old Explorer
Sport. More maneuverable, just as
powerful, better (relatively) mileage.
All that's missing is ALL THAT REAR
STORAGE SPACE!!!!! Granted, the imports
have yet to find a way to refine the
interior like the domestics. All the
bells and whistles are still there. The
ride is no more bouncy. The off-road
performance is just as good, but the
added maneuverability is a big bonus on
narrow trails. Amigo is the only import
with low range gearing, the old
fashioned way by yanking the floor
stick. AND a base warranty pkg that
domestic mfrs love to charge for!!!
I love the surprising power from the
V6!! It's nice to remove the sunroof in
front when the rear top is down.
Interior quality and appointments could
be better. The front buckets could use
some bolstering, especially on the
sides.Fit and finish is good, it's just
that imports in general lag behind the
domestics. This seems to have been a
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