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OSUCowboy787

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I can't lie, I don't hate the new blazer. BUT I also think it looks like they just copied Ford and Toyota's homework... lol. That Silverado though?... :vomit: Really, I'm just not a fan of the direction ANY of the truck designers have gone. I think all the front ends on the new full size trucks across the board are garbage.
I kind of like the look of the Tundra, Prob be my next vehicle.

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oks10

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Let me know what you find, we are in the market for 2nd row captains chairs and 3rd row as well. At hopefully a more affordable price than the Tahoe or Suburban. Have you looked at the Durango with 2nd row captains?
Exactly what we were looking for and went with the Explorer Sport and we love it. DO NOT BUY A NEW ONE THOUGH. Those damn things are priced SO high new and their value TANKS. The Sports are around $50k and we bought one 2 years old with around 50k miles on it for $26k...
 

Jonkr06

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We'll be in the market late next year, early 2020. Three rows are a must this time. My wife is a luxury brand snob for some reason. Top contenders right now are Volvo XC90, Audi Q7, Infiniti QX60, Acura MDX, and Lincoln Aviator.

If this was for me, I'd find a 4-5 year old Toyota Land Cruiser and drive it forever.
 

Boomer.....

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Exactly what we were looking for and went with the Explorer Sport and we love it. DO NOT BUY A NEW ONE THOUGH. Those damn things are priced SO high new and their value TANKS. The Sports are around $50k and we bought one 2 years old with around 50k miles on it for $26k...
We looked at the new Expeditions and were shocked at the price tag. $60K+ with the Platinum being almost $75K. Insane! They do look good though.
 
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2 months ago, we were looking for a 3 row SUV...after test driving several, we went with a...Dodge Grand Caravan.

More room, better mileage, and value that holds better than about 80% of the midsize SUVs on the market. The Explorer was at the top of our list, but for 10 grand less, we got fewer miles and much much more room.

I’ve officially reached “dad” status, I don’t mind driving it.
 

Boomer.....

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Let me know what you find, we are in the market for 2nd row captains chairs and 3rd row as well. At hopefully a more affordable price than the Tahoe or Suburban. Have you looked at the Durango with 2nd row captains?
We ended up getting a 2016 Lincoln Navigator. I'm not spending the insane money for a new body Navigator or Expedition, so it was a good compromise and the wife likes the older body style just as well.