Chevy Blazer = Sexy Mom Car

Homer J

Power Chord
Looks like the Ford Escape and the Toyota Rav 4 and Honda CRV and Hyundai Santa Fe and Mazda CX-5 and Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Nissan Murano and you get the idea. They all look alike.

Chevy had an opportunity to base this on the Colorado and make it a real SUV instead of a crossover. But, they blew it.
 

Grumpy

Well-Known Member
Looks like the Ford Escape and the Toyota Rav 4 and Honda CRV and Hyundai Santa Fe and Mazda CX-5 and Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Nissan Murano and you get the idea. They all look alike.

Chevy had an opportunity to base this on the Colorado and make it a real SUV instead of a crossover. But, they blew it.
Sorta like NASCAR nowadays.
 

glhs837

Power with Control
Looks like the Ford Escape and the Toyota Rav 4 and Honda CRV and Hyundai Santa Fe and Mazda CX-5 and Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross and Nissan Murano and you get the idea. They all look alike.

Chevy had an opportunity to base this on the Colorado and make it a real SUV instead of a crossover. But, they blew it.

Unless your name starts with Jeep or Range Rover, you cant sell "real" SUVs, by which I think you mean body on frame?
 

glhs837

Power with Control
Agreed, inital hardware peeks look prmising. Ranger based, Has Jeep as a target. If they target Cherokee Trailhawk off-road capability, it should be pretty good.
 

glhs837

Power with Control
Toyota sells quite few 4 Runners.
They do, but only comparatively. Only reason a vehicle with sales that low hangs on is that it's cheap to make, and the profit margin is yuuuuuuggggeee.


2018

Wrangler - 240,000 units
$runner - 139,000 units
Cherokee - 240,000
Grand Cherokee - 224,000
RAV4 - 427.000 UNITS
 

PeoplesElbow

Well-Known Member
They do, but only comparatively. Only reason a vehicle with sales that low hangs on is that it's cheap to make, and the profit margin is yuuuuuuggggeee.


2018

Wrangler - 240,000 units
$runner - 139,000 units
Cherokee - 240,000
Grand Cherokee - 224,000
RAV4 - 427.000 UNITS
I do believe that it shares a lot in common with the Tacoma, that has to help. 245,000 units in 2018

It took the RAV4 10 years tp break 100k units/year btw.
http://carsalesbase.com/us-car-sales-data/toyota/toyota-rav4/
 
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