2010-2012 Range Rover Sport
detroit_pierogi said:Hummer H1,
Let's rephrase, in order to be accurate.
Your post is up to its eyeballs in opinions. It's a little short on facts. (Facts being what you refer to as reality).
Whatever someone might say may not change your opinions.
Try not to mistake your opinions for reality.
You wanna try that one again ?drdread said:Don't forget who they're marketing this too- Bible belt- Middle America. Folk who've heard about the prowess of the LR, but are scared by the sticker price and it being furin.
I don't have anything against Jeeps. I often speak in favor of them here.
If you're familiar with statistics at all, you'll know that your LR3 story is called anecdotal. In other words, just one story.
If you think that you can generalize to all LR3s (and then to all LR products) from one person's experience, then I am wasting my time by addressing your comments. If data is not statistically significant, then it = 0.
My saying what I did about you not being open to changing your mind isn't really a good thing. Unless you think this is a valid position to hold:
"Don't bother me with facts. My mind is made up."
Ha! I grew up in the Central Valley so that totally struck a chord with me. :lol:remington said:...the service manager is behind a bulletproof shield and you have to talk to them through a vent hole and slide paperwork through a drawer like you were in a 24 hr check cashing place in the ghetto. I kid you not, it's unbelievable. Fresno Chrysler/Jeep.