Well put! I realize that it is increasingly difficult to buy domestically made products but I do my part wherever I can. Honestly I have been known to buy something that I wouldn't have otherwise bought because it's made in the US or Canada. I'm sure that I'm not the only one out there. More need to do it though.
Just what they need... another crossover. They need to get rid of one of the other ones IMO, but it's early so maybe they will. I hope that they are careful about these unlike Ford though because I can see a shift in the market 5-7 years from now when these crossovers are deemed "old people cars". IMO they are basically a cross between the station wagon and the minivan. Young people don't want to drive what "old people" do and they aren't going to want to drive these. Car companies need diversification and going solely to crossovers isn't going to do that.
Just curious about everyone's experiences with this. I have heard from many that once you own a truck, you can't go back to a car and if you do, most end up buying another truck again in a somewhat short time-frame. What are your experiences with this? Are you one of these that has experienced this or have you always just stuck with trucks? If you've purchased another type of vehicle at some point, what was it?
Thanks for the input guys. Hopefully you can get that issue resolved Glen.. Tempted to go back and take a second look at this truck..
Well that's good to know that it can be adjusted.. So it's an aluminum door issue? Is it just a matter of adjusting the hinges?
Ya I doubt that it would really matter whether it's front or back.. With my dad being involved in quality control I guess I have picked up some of his traits for noticing this kinda stuff. I know that it would drive me nuts.. Do you know what they adjusted? It really bugs me because this truck has exactly what I want to have which isn't a common occurrence.
I saw this truck at the dealer that I'm interested in but I noticed that the drivers side front door is off of alignment just slightly, perhaps 1/8th of an inch? Is this something that can be easily adjusted? Would this be something that even if adjusted might come back down the road?
Great looking truck Ryan! Congratulations! Sent from my BBF100-2 using Tapatalk
Congratulations! Be sure to share some more pics.
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