Well, it’s hard to miss, that’s for sure.
It looks like a youth-oriented vehicle should and it puts on no airs. I’m sold.
I think that if moving your family of four were the goal, both of these would be too small.
50 being the years past since the “GT-R” name first appeared on a car with 1969’s boxy “Hakosuka” GT-R.
More concrete information about the next re-birth of a Mustang legend will be available in the coming weeks.
Battle of the Japanese Truck
Breaking the sameness barrier to suit a variety of lifestyles.
Easy to like.
A better CUV.