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#20 of 29 gbrozen
Mar 02, 2004 (6:42 pm)
Many truck people seem to think that the Tundra isn't a REAL full-size pick up b/c it is smaller than the domestics.
Mar 03, 2004 (5:09 am)
Oh, I have no doubt. But we aren't talking about how truck people "feel" here. We're talking about Edmunds and we're talking about strict numbers.
If Edmunds wants to change their classification of the Tundra to mid-size, then they should do so. At least then it would jive with what they are writing. I just get aggravated when everyone gets so jazzed about the newest thing and forget all about those that preceded it. I'm still waiting for the article that calls the Prius the pioneer of the Hybrids even though its just one step in the evolution.
#22 of 29 Good point ..!
Mar 03, 2004 (6:04 am)
......... The Tundra is a great truck and maybe the Titan will be better, who knows.? .. but until there is 100/150,000 of them running around the roads with refrigerators or 5000lbs of roof tiles in the back, pulling 22ft boats on the highways, the marina ramps and a couple of yankee winters, it's going to be hard to tell what they will do ..
Personally I like the Tundra's, always have, but most of the "truck folks" want the room and the added size of a "full size" ...
#23 of 29 Consumers' Most Wanted Vehicles for 2004
Mar 07, 2004 (8:19 am)
Well, it's that time of the year again everyone. Make sure to get your votes in for the Consumers' Most Wanted Vehicles for 2004. The following is a link to the voting section of this site: Consumers' Most Wanted Vehicles for 2004. Vote early, vote often, and please feel free to talk about who you voted for and why in this discussion. Thanks.
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#24 of 29 Consumers' Most Wanted Vehicles...the Results
Apr 26, 2004 (9:43 am)
Those of you who voted in this year's edition of Edmunds.com's Consumer's Most Wanted vehicles will be happy to know that the results are in. You may use the following link to check them out: Consumers' Most Wanted Vehicles for 2004. Please feel free to use this discussion to post your thoughts on the results.
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Apr 21, 2006 (5:32 am)
is it time to resurrect this for the '06 vote?
i did want to add a comment/question...
does anyone else find it REALLY tricky to answer in some of the categories? The reason I found this problem is because a particular vehicle... let's use BMW as an example ... would show up in a particular price category, but its options range could easily push it out of that category. So, whereas I might vote for a 5-series, I found I couldn't, in good conscience, vote for it in the under-$35k category because the 5-series I would consider to be top of this category actually wouldn't come in at under $35k. You know what I mean? And this is just one example. There were many other similar conundrums.
#26 of 29 I can't get the survey to work.
Apr 21, 2006 (7:07 am)
Is anyone else having issues getting the survey to work?
#27 of 29 Re: I can't get the survey to work. [mopowah]
Apr 21, 2006 (10:47 am)
Could someone post a link to it I did not see it right off the bat.
#29 of 29 Re: I can't get the survey to work. [mopowah]
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Apr 22, 2006 (4:22 am)
If it's not working, use the "help" link at the left-hand side of this page (under "Forums Tools") to report the problem. That'll get it directly to the desk of the right person - you can also post in the "our software" discussion in the Forums.