:rotflmao: I love reading your posts, LT.Yes, that looks very "toyota tacoma-ish". I guess if you tried once and failed (VW Rabbit "pickup") then copy the japanese. GFL Volkswagen. I suggest you don't try to market that rig here, it's already a "no vacancy". What the hell is next, a Hyundai pickup? Hell, why not a Kia pickup. What a freakin joke. Maybe VW can hire some ironworker look-alike from hollywood with a gravely voice to hawk the new VW truck to all the redneck bluecollar workers out there .....oh, nevermind toyota has already done that. Morons.
Oh, you are right, I did forget the suzuki pickup. Prolly cuz suzuki and pickup are 2 words that should not be joined together! kinda like kia and quality....LT1, you forgot Suzuki pickup. lol. I'm still trying to figure out why Suzuki sells cars in the states. Every time I see one I think, there goes another tinker toy.
It's kind of funny though when a German automaker who's cars are infamously unreliable, goes into cahoots with a Japanese automaker who's trucks are becoming infamously problematic. It almost sounds like justice is prevailing.
Long live the Silverado and may it rule the roads 4EVAH! lol.
LMAO. Fantastic. Every time I see a Suzuki car on the road, I have to fight the urge to bump it with what ever I'm driving. I can imagine it's miniscule butt careening across the highway into bushes and flipping over on a pebble, all four (or three, I'm not too sure) hamster screaming in agony or shock.Oh, you are right, I did forget the suzuki pickup. Prolly cuz suzuki and pickup are 2 words that should not be joined together! kinda like kia and quality....