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23 comments
Mana Leituala
Mana Leituala

You must be talking about Ford, GM, and Dodge. I have brought many of there vehicles built outside the U.S across the boarder on Trains. Until recently the most American built truck was a Tundra.

Sneak Peek
Sneak Peek

Asean cars they provide jobs in america more than european car combine period.

Marino Amaya
Marino Amaya

I like it but I wish the trunk was more longer and wider then u could probably put a air bed

Trevin Iron Road
Trevin Iron Road

Looks like a mini - van and a SUV had a F.A.S baby... lol...

Rafal Listopad
Rafal Listopad

There is no place for this crap on US market, people here have enough money to get real cars/trucks. Same as in Germany, UK etc.

Greg Bilton
Greg Bilton

looks interesting a smaller chevy avalanche neat

Paulo Ojeda
Paulo Ojeda

In our country is not korando, small size, its a sport syang yong model very good machine with turbo

Joshua Massingale
Joshua Massingale

It looks like the thing that GMC tired before...... And that work well:)

Derek Macedo
Derek Macedo

Its a smaller Ford Explorer Sport-Trac with a cap. Nothing to see here, moving on...

Lonie Brown
Lonie Brown

Screw domestics. . A good product sells mo matter where it came from, freefom of choice allows consumer's more options, if thiers a domestic brand in the equation, Thats fine with me, but dont hide behind protecting corporate America.

Bob Sanders
Bob Sanders

Bring it over. Ill buy it over our overpriced domestic junks

Rob Root
Rob Root

I don't care what it looks like, keep it overseas. We have enough foreign SUV's, CUV's, crossovers, any every imaginable version. Just taking more food out of American mouths by giving people who have no conscious about what they buy and who profits another option. That they don't need.

Real Model Rods
Real Model Rods

I've got to say both, but more an SUV alternative. Looks handy with the best of all worlds combined though!

Jonathan Dye
Jonathan Dye

Is that a camper shell, or is it part of the truck?

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