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      11-30-2015, 05:57 PM   #23
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I have a 2012 grand cherokee hemi overland summit. We need bigger. Sequoia is too small. Infiniti and GL are borderline. Land Rover too small. We need 3 rows of adult seats.
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Any thoughts on the expedition or navigator,? They have the new turbo 6 and do 0-60 in 6.5. I'm a speed hound. Infiniti qx I'm also looking at. Want to keep it below 70k. Figure a used 2015 escalade or Yukon Denali xl. Sequoia is too small.
Don't even waste your time on the Expedition, Navigator, or Infiniti. The Sequoia is the same size as everything you've mentioned except Suburban, Yukon XL, and LWB Escalade.

For the money, a demo Yukon or Suburban is prolly the ticket.
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Don't even waste your time on the Expedition, Navigator, or Infiniti. The Sequoia is the same size as everything you've mentioned except Suburban, Yukon XL, and LWB Escalade.

For the money, a demo Yukon or Suburban is prolly the ticket.
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      12-01-2015, 02:31 AM   #26
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Shopping big SUVS now. GL, Escalade, Yukon Denali XL, etc are on the list of test drives. Any suggestions?
Lexus gs and lx
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      12-01-2015, 06:18 AM   #27
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Lexus gs and lx
Too small. I need to sit 8+ adults.
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      12-01-2015, 07:54 AM   #28
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Too small. I need to sit 8+ adults.
You might as well start looking at transit busses then if you are wanting to fit 8 adults or more. I rented an XC90 on a FL vacation and would only put two grandchildren in the rear.
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Get the extended Range Rover 👌
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Get the extended Range Rover ��
LWB RR SV @ starting price of $199k .... I think most people that buy that car never touch the steering wheel, their driver does that for them

If you're then more of a baller than the regular folks that get the LWB RR SV, you then purchase the $14,000 paint job, and a couple options puts you at $224k for an SUV lol
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8 adults is occasionally. Typically 6 adults. The grand Cherokee sits 5. Sequoia is to small for full size men in the 3rd row.
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      12-01-2015, 08:39 AM   #32
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Don't full sized men typically have their own cars? Stop shuttling the mooches around and get a GT3.
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Don't full sized men typically have their own cars? Stop shuttling the mooches around and get a GT3.
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      12-01-2015, 09:25 AM   #34
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If I had to drive 6-8 "full size men" around on a regular basis, I'd be looking at an MB Sprinter or Ford Transit.

Regarding the Ford Explorer, sorry, if it's not BOF it's not a "real" SUV to me.
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