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Thread: GM! Listen to my wife

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    Wahoo1 is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    Quote Originally Posted by 714Cadi View Post
    Could learn to like you if it weren't for your UVA ties...
    At the risk of sounding stupid, what does that mean lol?


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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    Quote Originally Posted by Wahoo1 View Post
    At the risk of sounding stupid, what does that mean lol?
    Oh sorry, thought that you were an University of Virginia alum... They are colloquially called Wahoos...

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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    Quote Originally Posted by 714Cadi View Post
    Oh sorry, thought that you were an University of Virginia alum... They are colloquially called Wahoos...
    OHHH, lol. You're really going to love me now, Cleveland Indian fan, Chief Wahoo.

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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    Quote Originally Posted by Wahoo1 View Post
    OHHH, lol. You're really going to love me now, Cleveland Indian fan, Chief Wahoo.
    Hahaha... You like sports too!?!

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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    Quote Originally Posted by 714Cadi View Post
    Hahaha... You like sports too!?!
    Sure do Hoping to get Wahoo1 as my license plates lol.

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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    Here's a little review.

    It's been 2000 miles now since I traded my 2011 Platinum Escalade in on an 2014 Infiniti QX80. Here's my opinion. The QX80 is a superior vehicle in quality and comfort when compared to my 2011 Escalade. The interior is flawless and plush. There's more legroom in front and rear. We liked our old Escalade. We like the QX80 more.

    Both are great cars. It's worth the comparison when you're looking.

    fltsfshr

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    I'm surprised that everything is better in the qx80. I found the escalade to be the superior comfort vehicle (ride quality), however, to each his own. I agree fit and finish gm is at the bottom. No one can argue that.

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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    RANGE ROVER
    AUTOBIOGRAPHY
    The Autobiography is the pinnacle of the line-up, featuring a bright chrome plated front grill, Atlas front bumper vent blades and Noble plated door handles. A full-size panoramic roof and 21 inch alloy wheels as standard gives it an unmistakable presence. The interior features adjustable seats with driver and passenger memory, front and rear climate and front massage seats, all finished in the finest perforated Semi Aniline leather. There’s also the option of Executive Class Seating with two individual rear seats. starts at $144K with traffic sign recognition that displays in inst cluster and lane departure warning.

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    Nice vehicles. Too bad they charge so much for such an ugly exterior.

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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    I agree with the exterior part. but they are really off road capable going over boulders. I am not about to take my new Cadi too far off road and not over any boulders that I have seen Range Rovers handle. I like the being able to read the speed limit signs and display it in your dash. It also reads a number of different signs and displays it on your dash. I have not seen that on any other vehicle.

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    In my wildest dreams, I have no desire to drive over rocks. I guessed I could pass on that ugliness. ;-)

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    Re: GM! Listen to my wife

    The 15 escalade displays things in your dash and on your windshield. I don't recall the range have a HUD, maybe I missed it on the test drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerdian1
    RANGE ROVER
    AUTOBIOGRAPHY
    The Autobiography is the pinnacle of the line-up, featuring a bright chrome plated front grill, Atlas front bumper vent blades and Noble plated door handles. A full-size panoramic roof and 21 inch alloy wheels as standard gives it an unmistakable presence. The interior features adjustable seats with driver and passenger memory, front and rear climate and front massage seats, all finished in the finest perforated Semi Aniline leather. There’s also the option of Executive Class Seating with two individual rear seats. starts at $144K with traffic sign recognition that displays in inst cluster and lane departure warning.
    How does it ride? I would think that the air suspension would have soften the ride when needed or stiffen it for sporty driving but they use the air suspension only for height adjustment. MRC does a better job in the ride aspect.

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