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SUV/CUV that's not boxy?
#1 Posted: Thursday, May 19, 2011 8:16:57 PM
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Looking for an SUV or CUV that is durable and able to haul something like a medium trailer with a 4 wheeler on it, but isn't boxy. I like the look of the Nissan Murano but don't know much about it to know if it can do everything I need it to.

Suggestions?
#2 Posted: Thursday, May 26, 2011 5:04:02 PM
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What about the Chevy Traverse? Not exactly boxy...but it is kind of squareish?

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#3 Posted: Thursday, May 26, 2011 6:29:05 PM
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how about a volvo xc60? Pretty streamlined.
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#4 Posted: Thursday, May 26, 2011 6:42:55 PM
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I ended up getting a Mazda cx-7 not too long ago.... no complaints yet!
doesn;t look or feel boxy at all... and I feel it handles better than many larger cars out there.
#5 Posted: Thursday, May 26, 2011 6:47:00 PM
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TurboBlue wrote:
I ended up getting a Mazda cx-7 not too long ago.... no complaints yet!
doesn;t look or feel boxy at all... and I feel it handles better than many larger cars out there.


Just googled it. Its got the Dragon Eye headlights eh? Give it a really exotic look. Mazda has always been pretty good with the styling of cars. I can't think of one that I wasn't a fan of besides the Miata.
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#6 Posted: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 5:19:20 PM
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I love my Chevy Traverse! It's one of the least boxy SUV's out there that can hold over 5 people. It's great for hauling my kids around to all of their sports games.
#7 Posted: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 5:26:40 PM
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soccermom212 wrote:
I love my Chevy Traverse! It's one of the least boxy SUV's out there that can hold over 5 people. It's great for hauling my kids around to all of their sports games.

Maybe it's great for kids, but an H2 is where it's at. I don't have any kids at the moment so I'm still into the club scene.
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#8 Posted: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 7:36:25 PM
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Pflugman83 wrote:
soccermom212 wrote:
I love my Chevy Traverse! It's one of the least boxy SUV's out there that can hold over 5 people. It's great for hauling my kids around to all of their sports games.

Maybe it's great for kids, but an H2 is where it's at. I don't have any kids at the moment so I'm still into the club scene.


But why have all those seats when your coming home alone? think
"Vegata what does carlocate.com say about that car's horsepower?"
"ITS OVER 9000!!!"
"WHAT 9000 THATS IMPOSSIBLE?!?!?!?!"
#9 Posted: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 7:38:57 PM
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Why have an SUV when there is no real reason to own one. Unless you live in the jungles of Africa or the Middle East why own a gas guzzler? If you need cargo room a large station wagon will do.
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#10 Posted: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 7:50:08 PM
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Gore4Prez2K12 wrote:
Why have an SUV when there is no real reason to own one. Unless you live in the jungles of Africa or the Middle East why own a gas guzzler? If you need cargo room a large station wagon will do.


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