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The more I watch things unfold the more I love Ford.

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A brilliant move, as long as Ford lets people know it exists. Its cheaper than the Sprinter, smaller than the Express and certainly more reliable than the Caravan, just about every business in America could put one of these to use. Hell, I just prices one out for myself, this would be an awesome bike/kayak transporter.

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Satty, I very briefly thought of you in a brotherly way when I was building & pricing one of my own. As an XLT 5-seater with full glass it would be a perfect weekend trucklet for you, with fuel mileage high enough to justify 7-day usage. I don't condone crushing GM vehicles willy nilly, but a "cash for clunkers" swap, Estate for one of these could be cool.
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It looks very European, now that can't be bad, can it ??? :smilewide:

The styling is very Opel, circa 2002.

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i actually considered thinking about one as my daily driver but then the notion of replacing one dorkmobile in my garage (aztek) with another that is not much better looking...

my brother in law is probably going to get one for his business to replace his king ranch f-150 crew.

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I really like it, looks really cool... very architectural. It's like an empty slate for graphic designers.

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I really like it, looks really cool... very architectural. It's like an empty slate for graphic designers.

I can sooooooo see these everywhere in SGV.

BTW Banh Mi My Tho is a winner. Fantastic egg rolls, and the sandwiches are s much better than Lee's. Of course, Lee's has the avocado smoothies...

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Um OK yeah I can see it as a Chinese food delivery vehicle I guess. Edited by ocnblu
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Not feeling it, nt my cup of tea at all.

HOWEVER,it will sell like hotcakes and it is certainly more

useful & logical than a Honda Element or Ridgeline, and I

can see plenty of small business owners with high milage,

aging & tired Chevy Astros & short wheelbase Express

vans scooping this up and praising he fuel economy.

IF it doesn't blow transmissions & head gaskets like 70%

of the Ford lineup of the past two decades.

I've had many a bone to pick with modern Fords, they

tend to give American cars a bad name and have certainly

built more than their fair share of lemons!

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Ford has completely impressed me in the past few years with their products, quality, and actions. They've been advertising well, delivering things people want with features people want, and in my opinion, people are starting to take notice.

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I can sooooooo see these everywhere in SGV.

BTW Banh Mi My Tho is a winner. Fantastic egg rolls, and the sandwiches are s much better than Lee's. Of course, Lee's has the avocado smoothies...

Glad you liked it... it's recession friendly food, too!

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Not feeling it, nt my cup of tea at all.

HOWEVER,it will sell like hotcakes and it is certainly more

useful & logical than a Honda Element or Ridgeline, and I

can see plenty of small business owners with high milage,

aging & tired Chevy Astros & short wheelbase Express

vans scooping this up and praising he fuel economy.

IF it doesn't blow transmissions & head gaskets like 70%

of the Ford lineup of the past two decades.

I've had many a bone to pick with modern Fords, they

tend to give American cars a bad name and have certainly

built more than their fair share of lemons!

wow i have had 5 fords now 89+ model years and none have blown trannies, engines, in fact i don't ever buy oil because none of them have burned oil either. well the tbird started taking 1/4 qt between changes after about 70k miles but........

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