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  1. CKNSLS

    Hyundai Santa Fe teased

    Agreed-no argument then when the GMC Sierra half-tons and Chevrolet Silverado sales are added together!
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    Hyundai Santa Fe teased

    The Bronco Sport is a different model-let's not add them in. Unless of course we can now break out the FORD (Explorer) Interceptor from the regular models.
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    Hyundai Santa Fe teased

    Well....I don't think Ford will sell any where near 450,000 new body style Escapes-so we can agree here. Even if they are counting on buyers from more than one previous Ford models. As a matter of fact-I will say that the volume will not even touch 300,000 units.
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    Hyundai Santa Fe teased

    The front end will be a "love it or hate it" situation. All their vehicles are getting the bold grill look. If you compare the "bold grill" on the Palisades-and then sales figures, it doesn't seem there is much distaste for the design language-compared to the more conservative somewhat boxy look of the Telluride. https://www.thekeea.com/telluride/kia-telluride-sales-figures-us/ As stated on here before (not by me) you have to give Hyundai credit for more frequent refreshes of their vehicles compared to some other manufacturers. I am not sure about the Sonata grill-but quite frankly find the rest of the sedan very nice.
  5. The point being if you think these vehicles either wont be "federalized" for U.S. roads in the future-OR the basis for electric vehicles in the U.S. (especially the batteries-one of the most expensive components) you are kidding yourselves.
  6. So much for bashing GM for imported "Chinese" Buicks. I love it when another sacred cow bites the dust.
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    Hyundai Santa Fe teased

    They did and you get the awful 2020 Escape...............
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    Hank the Third

    I had two Contours with the 2.5 Duratec V6. What a GREAT MOTOR. I thought those were great cars. I guess I was among the few however.
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    Hank the Third

    The above two posts are actually factual. There are even Ford enthusiasts on this site posting that there is a storm brewing.......
  10. Exactly-either this and do a little negotiating and get it for $5.00/month. I have had SAT radio from the beginning-and never paid full price. I am a retired (Industrial) sales person. So-I know how to negotiate. However-I do realize some don't like the process. But at the $14.00 to $16.00/month I am first to agree it's too much.
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    2020 Escape sales

    Does Ford breakout fleet sales anymore for the Explorer and Escape? I don't know if this is true or not-but I read somewhere that Ford no longer breaks out the Police version from regular Explorers anymore.
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    Autoextremist om Ford

    I said Ford couldn't borrow their way to prosperity-in another thread a week or so ago. The only thing Peter and I differ on is the time frame-I was being more generous in saying "within 5 years" Ford will be bought (but it will be positioned as a "merger"). Autoextremist says 18 months....... Well....Pete and I both agree Ford is in trouble.
  13. TO Folks that live EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI- You can drive three hours or more with no cell phone signal in parts of "The Great West". And some of us don't want to down load music. So-this is where satelite Music service shines....
  14. That's part of the point-where is the money coming from is the other. You can borrow it (Ford) or you can draw it out of your rainy day fund (Toyota). But we can agree-the government will be along to help-somehow.
  15. I'm going to take a wild guess here and say Toyota's cash (and/or cash equivalents-or at least most of it) is not borrowed (or ready to be borrowed). Not sure about VW. You can't borrow your way to prosperity-long term. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-11-07/toyota-has-record-36-6-billion-in-cash-after-dumping-securities
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