- Feb 26, 2006
I honestly don't understand the concept of strapping an ungainly living room to 4 wheels, giving it a big engine and calling it a "performance vehicle."
Wouldn't you be better off with a comfortable actual performance car for this purpose and leave the mobile living room needs to your more than adequate Mazda?
Or why not one of those Lexus SUV whatevers that never seem to die? It's luxury enough and doesn't usually have to pretend to be a performance vehicle, right?
My Luxury SUV has an open back in case I ever want to actually haul stuff...