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Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by wagonwep, May 7, 2016.
Made in Canada?
That"s still 2 years from now.
In terms of size/lines, there's some Infinit QX30 there. Granted I think the rear taillight 'hotdog' will look much better, along with the 'F-22' front styling that is the supposed 'theme' of the new L-cars.
I still see some CX-5 in that as well.
Someone mention Dodge Magnum? Check out this Rendering.
I did it awhile back but got zero feedback.
That rendering looks like it would be a good competitor to the Hyundai Veloster or Focus, Golf GTI even, if it were pushed upscale a bit.
That looks awesome.
Thank you both for the feedback.
You answered your own post...average people don't go out n drive down twisty mountain roads. They go to the schoolhouse, Wal-Mart, or Home Depot...to haul bodies or the crap they buy.
Why buy a "Wagon" when an SUV does what a Wagon does, but only more efficiently.
Keep in mind I love me a good Wagon...and will give the Buick Regal TourX a look when I make my next car purchase.
I like that Buick. (not a phrase I can honestly say I've uttered in a while...!)
The "Magnum" name on a crossover is a little bit of a let-down to me, a former Magnum R/T owner, but it is a much better fit for the Dodge brand than "Journey".
Cool. But looks too Alfa-ish... of course you are talking to a guy who was bummed out the 2005 Magnum didn't look exactly like the 2003 Dodge Magnum SRT-8 Concept... I even loved how the hood was supposed to open... and those headlights...
The original name the Journey was going to be called was "Crew" because you could bring the crew with you. Journey sounds better that.
I had to do it.
It looks really nice, especially in dark blue, but I was surprised to see that it's an 8spd 2.0T and only gets 29 MPG hwy. Yes, it's AWD, but I would expect a little bit better than that.
I thought that was the new Holden Commodore Tourer.... lol
It's amazing how the few changes they made to it really changed it.
No, it is the new Opel Insignia Country Tourer...lol
Yeah, I did not like how they "blanded" it out for production, and changed the nose/grill area. I loved the Magnum, and save for the towing and 7-seats of the Durango, would probably be my preference of all FCA vehicles.
I've never seen that srt8 concept before! Thanks for sharing, and I love the headlights and taillights on it, as well as the deep dish wheels.