Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by MyBigNut, Jul 13, 2002.
I dig it
honda should stick to grocery getters and bikes
The only honda I'd ever drive has to have 2 wheels or less!
or less? They make unicycles?
Saw it and isuzu came to mind. Didn't like them at all. If I want an SUV I'll stick to companies that know a little something about hp and torque in trucks.
The Pilot is a minivan, or is it a tall boxy car with AWD and bad gas mileage?
id drive that honda
I forgot about quads... I'd make an exception.
only if the quad is pre 1990
Oh my...oh my.....
Well, not that I am interested in the SUV or wannabe SUV market or anything, but in case nobody here has noticed, the latest trend in SUV's are these new wannabe SUV's based on minivan chassis....they're known as "crossover" vehicles and they are everywhere.
CRV, RAV4, Highlander, Pilot, Escape, Tribute, Sportage, Trailblazer.....these are all offspring of the "I want an SUV but I don't want it to be too big, or too high, or handle like a truck" consumer demands that have been put on the OEMs.
They're not really minivans, and they're not really SUVs, but they are a far cry from the bigger SUV's that are essentially truck chassis' with a full length cab slapped on it.
For what it is, and for the competitiion it's intended for, the Pilot is a good looking vehicle that DOES outpower and out-torque much of its direct competition (see above list).
The Pilot was never meant to compete with Ford Excursions or Chevy Tahoes.
that looks like much fun.
those things were fucking sweet id love to have one of those hard as hell to find i drove an odessy a few times id liek to get one and swap teh new 450r motor in to it