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Old 5th April 2004, 12:30   #1
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Do i need to say anything here?? The Cayenne looks like a toy car here.

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Would loved to see a fuller pic with the smart included
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Quote[/b] (ajmat @ April 05 2004,12:03)]Would loved to see a fuller pic with the smart included
HAHAHA..... damn good point

Man that picsture is quite unbelieveable!

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How about one with the ORIGINAL Humvee? The H1?

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Awesome picture . Its outside the Hummer dealership I guess. Like GTO said it would be intesrting to see the Cayenne along side the H1 . That would be some site

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indeed cayenne looks very small but get them on the road & H2 is nothing but crap..

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Well, the Cayenne is a cross between a supercar and an SUV, while the Hummer is a cross between an SUV and a truck. Naturally the Porsche will look small. And yes, as M3 says, the H2 is a load of trash.
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monstrous... suddenly the cayenne doesn't seem that much of a blunder. aesthetically speaking of course. my..how i would like to see the hummer make a fool of itself at mohammed ali road.
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The cayenne is the better of the 2 cars in terms of power,comfort fuel economy(people who buy these warships dont give a damn anyway)etc.However the charm of a hummer is something you have to experience to understand sure it guzzles 400 metres to a litre of diesel(400 metres metres ya u heard me) but when u ride in one u get this awsome feelin.Like i said u gotta experience it to understand.
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Quote[/b] ]is something you have to experience to understand sure it guzzles 400 metres to a litre of diesel(400 metres metres ya u heard me) but when u ride in one u get this awsome feelin
Your tone says that you have had the pleasure of wheeling in a Hummer, correct?

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Hey good stuff byram. wasit the H2 or H1 that you travelled in? As for the Cayenne of course its super car performance with SUV capability but the rear seat really isnt that confortable as you have to sit really upright. Might give you back pain

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