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Old 31st December 2008, 10:03   #31
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navigator is bigger, aviator is its little brother.
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It is a GM vehicle and fuel efficiency in city is about 11mpg !!!
Hi, isn't the Navigator from Lincoln, Ford's 'Luxury' division ?
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yes ,thats right its from ford(lincoln)

but i guess what he meant was that it is a typical american large suv similar like the suvs from GM
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The Ford excursion will be "THE" SUV to roll in here. Imagine what the autowallahs will do when they see this one
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That Excursion wouuld be as big as Tata 407 here.
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yes ,thats right its from ford(lincoln)

but i guess what he meant was that it is a typical american large suv similar like the suvs from GM
Yes sorry about that, I didnt realize it was ford right away, "Ford, Lincoln, Mercury" !!!!

I did mean its like other american SUV's gas guzzling not very high quality, just unappealing to me.
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