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Old 01-30-2018, 02:43 PM   #41
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Where do you keep getting mini-van?

It's built off the Pilot (always has been) and shares no styling with the Odyssey.

That's like calling an Avalanche a Venture. It was built off the Tahoe, not the Venture.
Look at it. Its hideous and looks like a minivan in the front...

Not to mention those ice cream truck tires on it...
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Old 01-30-2018, 02:44 PM   #42
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Look at it. Its hideous and looks like a minivan in the front...
I dig it man.

To me, that doesn't look like a minivan's front end anyhow. Maybe to you and everyone else though.
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I'm just surprised they didn't go with (Absence of Color Edition) as to not get the BLM crowds panties in a wad.
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Look at it. Its hideous and looks like a minivan in the front...

Not to mention those ice cream truck tires on it...
. That's some you buy when you've hit rock bottom.
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I dig it man.

To me, that doesn't look like a minivan's front end anyhow. Maybe to you and everyone else though.
H8ers gonna h8. SLAM that . LOL



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Look at it. Its hideous and looks like a minivan in the front...

Not to mention those ice cream truck tires on it...
Ok.... thatís funny.
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That front end is the exact same as the odyssey
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That front end is the exact same as the odyssey
Nope. Same as the pilot.

Odyssey IS different. Similar, but different .
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Would suggest a canyon/Colorado diesel, 7k towing and solid MPGs. All without looking like a mini van
that's exactly what I was thinking just the other day. The Colorado diesels look nice. I'd still probably go for a Silverado though, personally, to tow the jeep comfortably. It would be pretty close to the towing capacity of the Colorado.
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When the Colorado/Canyon was first introduced I liked them, till I found out build quality.

I'm not a huge fan of diesels. I hate the smell, sound and fuel price. I also don't need it to toe anything heavier than 2 bikes on my small trailer.

My old G35 did that for me.
You may hate the fuel price but when you can drive them for a million miles (very literally), the cost of ownership goes way down. Also the newer diesels are much quieter than 10yo trucks. I had a headache after stepping out of my friend's ~2000 model year GMC diesel after the drive to ride the gap, because of the incredible amount of noise that the truck makes bone stock. Compare that to modern diesels which are only marginally louder than their gasoline counterparts in-cabin
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Somebody Photoshop a bed on that thing and you have a winner.
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