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    Default TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    I know hardly any of us care about SUV reviews but this review was too hilarious to not post

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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    Love Top Gear. Btw season 15 just started. JOY!

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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    Hilarious. They usually reserve that sort of scathing sarcasm for their American car reviews.

    What's with these SUV crossover monstrosities now anyways ... some sort of fad? Honda has an ugly one too.

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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    that was very funny.

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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    lets go and test it off a small cliff and see what happins.i give this truck a rating from 1-10 a 7

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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Obsidian View Post
    Hilarious. They usually reserve that sort of scathing sarcasm for their American car reviews.

    What's with these SUV crossover monstrosities now anyways ... some sort of fad? Honda has an ugly one too.
    Are you talking about the ZDX? I think this style of SUV is waste of materials. And what's the deal with the pricing on these things?

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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    Quote Originally Posted by Obsidian View Post
    Hilarious. They usually reserve that sort of scathing sarcasm for their American car reviews.

    What's with these SUV crossover monstrosities now anyways ... some sort of fad? Honda has an ugly one too.
    I saw one today on the road and boy was it fugly. GM has some ugly x-overs as well, they look like a minivan had sex with an SUV.
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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    I believe Obsidian is referring to the Honda Crosstour:



    It sure is an ugly POS.

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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    Quote Originally Posted by snoopyc4 View Post
    I believe Obsidian is referring to the Honda Crosstour:

    It sure is an ugly POS.
    I swear it looks better in real life (and without the rubbermaid door sill guards). It looks a lot smaller when you're looking down on it in a real environment versus having it dominate an entirely blank scene.

    But it's still sad they had to jack it up and call it a "cross-something" instead of just making a wagon.
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    Default Re: TopGear: BMW X6 Review

    Yea, but thats because people in the U.S. hate the look of wagons, regardless of their practicality without sacrificing much performance. So they call it something trendy in the hopes it'll sell better.
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