I looked at Honda, Hyundai and Toyota cars and suv's and the xb won hands down. My local dealers didn't have any in stock so I found mine at seeger Toyota in St. Louis, mo. I flew in and my salesman even picked me up at the airport and was truly a great guy that had my xb washed and full of fuel. I am in my 50s and own and drive street rods and race cars I still have a blast driving my little"xbox" I also get a chuckle out of the other old guys that don't get it.
The gauge pod and all the cubby holes for maps,glasses and stuff not to mention all of the space for my Mastiff to ride in style and comfort.
The front bumper lower valance is too easy to damage and thats easy to forgive.
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