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.

2 comments:

Neel Mehta said...

Canyonero!

Quinn said...

Curse you, Neel!

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