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Old 3rd April 2004, 16:36   #31
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dips...plz get all ur vid cd's the next time we meet..

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Old 6th April 2004, 01:08   #32
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hummer h2
porsche cayenne turbo(insane acceleration and grip for an suv)
bmw x5
toyota lancruiser vx 300i
mitsubishi pajero
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Old 6th April 2004, 03:35   #33
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Hey Rehaan the site is still there but now it asks for a password to accesss the folder

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Old 11th April 2005, 22:38   #34
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Tata Safari
Toyota Prado
Hummer H2
Cadillac Escalade (with some spinners baby )
Porche Cayenne Turbo (recently fell in love after seeing the pics)
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Old 11th April 2005, 23:11   #35
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1. Range Rover Overfinch
2. Gembella Cayenne GT750
3. Mercedes Benz Brabus G V12
4. Lamborghini LM series
5. 1993 Nissan Patrol
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Old 12th April 2005, 00:01   #36
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BMW X5
Hummer H2
Porsche cayenne with that big wheel at the back
Cadillac Escalade
Lexus LX 470
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Old 12th April 2005, 00:05   #37
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Here are mine -
Lamborghini LM002
(is there going to be a 004?)

Porsche cayenne turbo
(450 BHP built by a brand known for driver friendly performance cars... who would'nt love it?)

Hummer H2
( Possibly the most Macho and toughest SUV in the world at this moment )

G Class
( One of the few mercs that i would buy in any condition - as long as it can be repaired)

For the last one i chose an SUV available in India too -
Endeavour
( Get one and no Taxi/auto guy will dare come 500 mts near you)
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Old 12th April 2005, 01:27   #38
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Heres mine...
1.Porsche Cayenne (Techart Tuned)
2.Cadillac Escalade
3.2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
4.2005 Volkswagen Touareg V-10
5.Honda F-RV (if you consider it one)
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Quote:
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For the last one i chose an SUV available in India too -
Endeavour
( Get one and no Taxi/auto guy will dare come 500 mts near you)
totally agree with you lambo. it would be in my list if this would not be an "international" list. the endeavour has its unique impact on the road. the auto-rick guys surely look like bugs in front of them.
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Porsche Cayenne Turbo
Lexus Lx470
Range Rover(current)
New M class (saw the pics , found it very good looking)
Hyundai Tucson(the only SUV/crossover currently i can put my hands on) .

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Well,

Lexus LX470
Bmw X5
Lexus RX330
Lambo LM002
Caddy Escalade.

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Cayenne Turbo (Common fav amongst most definatly makes it to my list)
Infiniti- FX45 (Smartest SUV)
Hummer H1 (Max pressence one can ask for on the road, but for India it would be H2)
LX470(A fully loaded version with nice huge alloys and skirts to look different from the zillions on mumbai roads...oh yeah and the most important thing...definatly NOT OFF WHITE color)
New M-class (Finally beats the X5)
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Good to see some members do like the Lamborghini LM02s
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H1 - Gods own vehicle

Range Rover - a 4WD-off roading rolls royce??

LM 002 - crazy power!!!

Jeep Grand Cherokee - Dunno y .. but like it

Pajero Evo - Dakar rally version... amazing piece of machinery


in the indian scene.. nothing can beat the mpfi gypsy off the road!!!
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Lincoln Navigator - Why? Luxury baby, every thing including the side board is powered. Even the Back door is powered. Space, its HUGE, but practical.


Accura MDX - My friend and colleague got this last month. Its got all the luxury features standard. Accura has exceptional build quality, flawless interior. Excellent handling, smoothest but crisp ride, very responsive like a sports car.

BMW X5 - Why? Crisp finish, typical of a beemer. Perfect curves, and panels. (Never sat in a moving x5, auto show opinion))

Porsche Cayenne Turbo - Why? Love the way it handles the twisties very unlike an SUV. Sticks to the curves and nails each one of them.


Among non luxury models, the best is my Toyota 4Runner . Best bang for the buck, good off road capability, more than 5000 lbs towing capacity, down hill assist, traction, abs etc. for under $30K

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