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View Poll Results: Best Full-Size SUV?
GMC Yukon 1 4.17%
Ford Expedition 2 8.33%
Dodge Durango 2 8.33%
H2 3 12.50%
Land Rover Range rover 2 8.33%
Cadillace Escalade 4 16.67%
Lexus Gx 470 1 4.17%
Lincoln Navigator 6 25.00%
Toyota Seqioua 3 12.50%
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Old 11-07-2004, 01:25 AM   #16
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The H2 and hears why.

Off-Road Performance:
GMC Yukon OK
Ford Expedition OK
Dodge Durango Bad
H2 Best
Land Rover Range rover Good
Cadillace Escalade Bad
Lexus Gx 470 Bad
Lincoln Navigator Bad
Toyota Seqioua OK
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Old 11-11-2004, 03:39 PM   #17
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Re: Best full size SUV's

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what happend to the nissan pathfinder armada? rugged good looks, very nice amenities, fastest truck ( besides lightning and srt 10 ram ) and best in class towing, state off the art looking dash board ( compared to the yukon atleast )
it's not faster than the F-150 Harley either. Also does the Excursion not fall in the full size group? Or is that the over size group.
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Old 11-11-2004, 04:57 PM   #18
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Re: Best full size SUV's

If I'm correct, then the GX470 is based around the Toyota Landcruiser Colorado (Or Prado, as it is known in the JDM), which means only that and the Range Rover possess any off road ability.


Which means I'd probably have the Lexus.
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The range rover. But I'd want it with all the kit on, like the A frames, winches, landgrabber tyres etc etc. By far a more capable off road machine than a H2. In Autobiography or Vogue guise, the luxury is not to be sniffed at either.

The Range rover is less brash than the H2, and you can drive it on british roads without 1/3 of the car in the oncoming lane. For me, the RR it is the opitamy of understated class and refinement, and it really serves its purpose.

If I wanted something just for off roading in, the new Discovery 3 (LR3) is by far the best.
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