wolfhawk73

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Exactly. Hold my half calf double decaf matcha latte, and watch and learn.
My last one was 14 pallets stacked in the back of my 1998 Ranger. It was probably 3 feet taller than the cab. Talk about tailgater-prevention. A cop eyeballed me but thankfully just shook his head.
 

Hounddog409

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Wow. rear seat storage that wasn't just phoned in.

Practical and useful bed storage/cargo tie downs combined with factory sprayed in liner and adjustable tailgate that will accommodate 4x8 sheets flat.

I went to the website and priced out one like I would want it and it was several thousand less than what I've been offered for my Ranger. Unfortunately to get what I want I would have to get pushbutton start which I don't particularly care for.

I can already feel my attraction to the Hyundai Santa Cruz starting to wane...

I'll bet it doesn't come with a murse though.

What's the big cubby hole next to the Sync screen for? Larger screen coming in the future?
Attraction to Hyundai???????

Really?
 

Dr. Zaius

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Attraction to Hyundai???????

Really?
I had a Subaru Baja Turbo that was terrific, so obviously I am attracted to its reincarnation as the Hyundai Santa Cruz.

They bring out my inner lesbian.
 

Mokume

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Jeff
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This vehicle's size looks to be perfect for urban Honolulu driving, however I'm on the fence styling wise.
The availability of a CVT only (I call them rubber band transmissions) with the hybrid version is a deal breaker.
As for the name, the moniker Maverick conjures up images of a cheaply made and generally unimpressive vehicle.
At least they haven't named it the Edsel...
 

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