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  2. NINETY EIGHT REGENCY

    1992 Cadillac commercial

  3. NINETY EIGHT REGENCY

    1985 Cadillac Deville commercial

  4. NINETY EIGHT REGENCY

    1987 Cadillac Commercial

  5. dfelt

    I know what I'm getting next!

    Those tears must be like cheap chardonnay, dry as the desert. Me see no tears, just hidden jealousy.
  6. The last trailblazer still sold millions and if like I do, you got the limited production AWD SS you got your Corvette SUV. I like my SS very much as does everyone that has drove it or ridden in it.
  7. balthazar

    Chevrolet News:Chevrolet Brings Back the Blazer As A Crossover

    Nissan should have had a competitor for the SIlverado in 1980, not 2004 (BTW; still not a competitor). Point being- I don't believe OEMs are putting the bloa-funked murano up as a target for product planners. Nissan's non-car sales ace is the rogue; everything else in their trucklet portfolio does so-so.
  8. regfootball

    Chevrolet News:Chevrolet Brings Back the Blazer As A Crossover

    despite the fact that the similarly sized Rogue it shares the showroom with, which is a CUV by the way, sold over 400,000 units last year....... the Murano which is in much higher price classes still sold 80,000 or so units. that's a sizable market and its growing. Chevy should have had a Ford Edge / Murano competitor by 2011 at the latest. Not 2019. the last Blazers and Trailblazers were among the junkiest vehicles GM has ever built.
  9. riviera74

    Bentley News: Bentley Plans A Even Faster Bentayga

    Not all of the 1% want to brag about how much net worth they have with a half-million dollar SUV. Many millionaires drive more common cars than you might think. Only those who don't know better will spend way too much on this vehicle.
  10. riviera74

    Mazda News: Rumorpile: Turbo Power for the CX-5?

    The CX-9 needs a V6. This will probably work out very well in the CX-5.
  11. riviera74

    Chevrolet News:Chevrolet Brings Back the Blazer As A Crossover

    Same reason GM did not put out crossovers 16 years ago (for the most part): BOF SUVs were way more profitable back then, at least until $4 a gallon gas and the recession killed a lot of them.
  12. balthazar

    Chevrolet News:Chevrolet Brings Back the Blazer As A Crossover

    Murano is selling barely over twice the rate of the Armada. It could slide off into oblivion and I doubt many people would notice/care.
  13. regfootball

    Chevrolet News:Chevrolet Brings Back the Blazer As A Crossover

    Anybody mooaning about what this new Blazer is should actually sit back and ask themselves why it took Chevy 16 model years to put out a competitor for this 16 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_Murano
  14. frogger

    1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme video

    The last GM my dad was really happy enough with to keep for more than 6 years.
  15. And planned 2.0t and 2.2 turbo diesel engine options to boot... Its cousin the 2019 Sorrento is pretty nice from what I've read and watched too.
  16. regfootball

    Chevrolet News:Chevrolet Brings Back the Blazer As A Crossover

    the all new 2.0t in the XT4 is probably exclusive to Cadillac for a bit. then maybe it spreads to this? no one was pining for this crap anymore
  17. Suaviloquent

    Chevrolet News:Chevrolet Brings Back the Blazer As A Crossover

    This is not you. I see you driving this and then being immediately disappointed. Really. This is the automotive equivalent of false advertising. C’mon man Chevy has the balls to call this soft roader a new ‘standard’ for an ‘SUV’. I mean I get it, you hype your stuff, that’s what auto makes do. But alas... This turd is to be condemned for being so goddamn hollow and meaningless when it pretends to be something it isn’t. If they put the 2.7L four pot truck engine of doom that every V6 competitor should be scared of then it’ll make Chevy performance crossovers great not again, but great for the first time, like maybe ever.
  18. balthazar

    Random Thoughts Thread

  19. Suaviloquent

    Chevrolet News:Chevrolet Brings Back the Blazer As A Crossover

    This is the newest entry in this segment and it’s just a far better auto on looks and intended function. Priced less most likely, more space, and is lesser of or at most equal as ugly to boot.
  20. Kinetic Blue Blazer RS AWD 3.6L...
  21. ocnblu

    I know what I'm getting next!

    You really don't know why I think electrics are a waste of money and time? After all these tears I've dropped onto this site?
  22. smk4565

    Bentley News: Bentley Plans A Even Faster Bentayga

    Bugatti should build a 250 mph SUV for sure. Mercedes will let them have that one, they have a real race car team to do their performance bragging and a whole line of cars to worry about. A Bentley Bentayga Speed makes sense, because someone will pay for it, so one billionaire can brag to the other billionaire that their Bentayga is a the sports model. I think Bentley could do a Mulsanne based SUV for $400k also. Then you really go after the elites, because someone out there wants to look down upon lowly Bentayga drivers. Plus, Mercedes did trademark GLS73, so an 800 hp GLS could be on the way, Bentley has to do something.
  23. When you have the Buick Envision and Cadillac XT4 with a turbo 4, you have to give Chevy something less, so here you go, 2.5 liter. We also don't know what this vehicle weighs, so hard to say whether or not the 2.5 will be slow, although my guess is this thing will have craptastic performance with the base engine, and they'll want too much money for the V6.
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