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Yeah, I was a little concerned that redline reviews didn't think the non-turbo would have sufficient power for the weight, hmm...I would really love to see a video of the non turbo. Of course they only let the media drive the Ltd version.
And that in typical fashion in their protest against gloss black, they probably ruffled their sweater over the dash and smeared fingers across it to show how it looks when dirty, lol!I wonder how Hyundai is loving The Straight Pipes "Grandma Adventure Vehicle" tag line though ... at least they gave some feedback on the driving dynamics.
I'm 5'-11" and have to stand on a two-step stool to wash the roof of my Ridgeline. I don't even want to think about washing anything any larger. I can wash my Miata in 5 minutes.Try washing the roof on a Ram 1500... I literally use a ladder and a special hose/brush attachment thing. The only other option is climbing into the bed and washing from there.
I don't see how it can sound bad, you barely hear anything at all. If I go SC turbo, I'd probably just get the muffler removed and have a pipe exit pointing down by the rear passenger tire. Get a little weight savings, quicker turbo spool, and probably sound a little more aggressive. Also look cooler from behind, as you would no longer see the bright silver canister. The turbo and cat probably do plenty to muffle the exhaust already.Few I4 engines sound good to me and this one is no exception.
Sounds pretty much just like what we expected. Overall recap:Overall, I'd say most are very impressed. Really happy to hear about the sportiness and overall comfort. I think Hyundai made a winner,
That's my biggest concern with the Ford is a short warranty and worst ranking for predicted reliability on the 2021 Ford Escape:Sure, Ford has an extra year on that Escape platform, but they also have a track record of sketchy quality in the last several years. At least in Canada.