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If you were asked to name the best-selling SUVs on the road today, would the Nissan Rogue spring to mind? But look around on America’s roads and you see a lot of these compact SUVs, and for good reason.
Today’s automotive world is full of highly competitive vehicles trying to one up each other. In doing so, so many makes and models have lost their personality in trying to keep up with the Joneses, so to speak. The end result is a gelatinous mush of crossover and SUVs that all kind of look the same.
I am not sure of the origin of the phrase “when my ship comes in.” But it basically means when I’ve finally made it financially. I’ve driven enough fancy and luxurious cars to at least pretend like my proverbial ship has come in. This week’s tester is a perfect example.
You don’t often hear about supercars. And you definitely don’t see supercars very often on the road. These are the cars you dream of owning or being able to afford one day when you’ve “made it.” Supercars are mostly left to the daydreamers – unless you’re an automotive writer.
Based upon what part of the country you live in, you will have mixed feelings on camouflage as a clothing accessory. For those non city dwellers, camo might be a regular part of their attire, and certainly is part of their attire during hunting season.
Three-row SUVs are everywhere. Throw a rock and you’ll hit one. But really that’s a metaphor, don’t throw rocks at any vehicles.