Discussion in 'Motoring' started by Willy Matadi, Oct 7, 2017.
Is it just hype?
Nice car, "its no longer shaped like a brick"
The aerodynamics are impressive and a 7 seater.
Looks like a fortuner now.
Exactly! I saw one on the road a couple of weeks ago and couldn't figure out what the hell was going on with the back of it.
They really spoilt it. Fwack them Indians.
I guess they were producing something that can cruise, the box certainly suffered drag when cruising.
Really? A 2017 model on our roads?
Yes..but i suspect it was being taken to RMA. Seats still had that plastic paper covering and it didnt have plates
Saw one in Mombasa yesterday
Mujamaa kuna real mbirrionaires out here. Soon utaona more of them, though I liked the old model more.
I find it ugly,esp from the rear three quarters
Fellow birrionaire alinitumia hii jana
It's not ugly. The only problem I have with it is that it doesn't look like a disco anymore. It's a Ford explorer with a different badge.
When you owned a hammer you never thought about aero, same thing about the disco. Whether in v8 or turbo diesel.
Exact copy of a Ford, it maybe a bit longer than a Ford probably yet to see one up close to confirm
Drag sio issue, can be overcome with a heavy right foot (lol). Shida ni crosswinds. Unapiga 120kph results ni alot of body roll/faint steering/alot of poop....same to L.R Defender/Series I,II,III Range Rovers
Seems that is debatable. Does this particular model address the issue of crosswinds?
I'm yet to watch the video, but the vehicle looks more aerodynamic. I hope they've put some clever engineering into this model too.
From the clip, I can see comfort, stability, passenger space and power. It can attain reasonably high speed without compromising on control.
Niliskia hizi suv apart from Toyota ikigonga 5yrs kuuza itakua noma na kama imeshawai pata accident front impact utajiongelesha nayo
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