Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Actual auto review

Warren Brown, The Washington Post's version of Denis Leary. (Except that Leary was kidding):

Vehicles such as car-based tall wagons, which are combination station wagons and minivans masquerading as SUVs, have more seating and cargo space than the 4.4-liter, 300-horsepower V-8, four-wheel-drive Range Rover Sport HSE. The tall wagons generally are more fuel-efficient and city-friendly, especially in terms of parking, than the Range Rover or other truck-based sport-utility models.

But none of that matters when pride and lust for power take hold.

The 2007 Behemoth. Because invading a neighboring country and drinking the blood of the infidel is illegal these days.


Neel Mehta said...


Quinn said...

Curse you, Neel!

Of course, we all know what mileage the Canyonero gets: 1 on the highway, 0 in the city.