Last post on May 10, 2010 at 5:35 AM
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Mitsubishi Outlander, Subaru Forester, Car Comparisons, SUV
#1532 of 1581 Re: moving experience [ateixeira]
Apr 21, 2010 (2:22 pm)
I still can't see it. I just get the stop sign either way.
SUVs and Smart Shopper
#1533 of 1581 Re: moving experience [steve_]
Apr 21, 2010 (7:38 pm)
Looks like an attempt to make a good looking Honda Element.
Good looking may be a stretch, but better looking it is.
And yeah, even the direct link gets a stop sign. Juice, just give a link to the page & not the image.
#1535 of 1581 Re: moving experience [ateixeira]
Apr 22, 2010 (7:38 am)
It isn't our firewalls, BTW. The site's web server is detecting the embedded link and is denying it by replacing it with the stop sign. Some sites do this to discourage linking to their content without forcing you to view the pages as a whole.
#1536 of 1581 Re: moving experience [fushigi]
Apr 22, 2010 (9:03 am)
I've seen that before, but I guess I was surprised that I was able to see the images (even now).
#1537 of 1581 Re: moving experience [ateixeira]
Apr 22, 2010 (9:22 am)
That Peugeot look a bit like the Suzuki, the one that sounds like a sneeze.
Oh, I was trying really hard, but can't resist... the 2010 Outlander just crested the 9's for customer reviews, whereas the Forester is languishing around 8.6. I know, I know... not scientific, and what does the customer know... and there must be ballot stuffing... and its Thursday...
#1538 of 1581 Re: moving experience [authurdent]
Apr 22, 2010 (10:01 am)
Nice car, I don't get why Suzuki sales have tanked. It got good reviews, even.
#1539 of 1581 Re: moving experience [ateixeira]
Apr 22, 2010 (12:15 pm)
iluv is doing a lot of Kizashi promoting in the Midsize Sedan thread. Others are tiring of his over zealousness but I've no real problem with it. At least it keeps the thread from stagnating.
IMO the Kizashi's main problem is that while it's a fine vehicle it isn't head & shoulders above anything else in it's class. It doesn't offer superior price, power/performance, economy, size, etc. The segment is just too competitive & filled with good choices. Most posters at Edmunds seem to favor the Sonata & Fusion at the moment, though it used to lean more towards the Accord & Mazda.
Of course none of that has anything to do with the Outlander or the Forester.
In my personal Outlander "saga", the plastic/rubber plug ("Hitch Receiver Plug Cover" in Autozone-ese) with the Mitsu logo that went in the trailer hitch has disappeared. It simply plugged in & wasn't secured by a cotter pin like the ball mount would be so I don't know if it was stolen or simply fell out (my guess) while driving at highway speed. *shrug* Thankfully the plug was included with the tow kit & not an accessory I bought separately.
#1540 of 1581 Re: moving experience [fushigi]
Apr 22, 2010 (12:35 pm)
Had a dream last night where I was looking at various sizes of trailers, and trying determine if they were more or less than the Outlander towing limit of 3500 lbs.
Two things... I need to stop staring at vehicle stats, and I need to stay away from spicy food in the late night hours!