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    The front quarter panal looks like it was taken right off the tundra. Why does it need the breather hole on the side?? Are they even functional? Why is everyone going with the LED light strips on the front bumpers? With the lid and sails looks like the older Holden Utes. But I am glad to see they went with round wheel wells....

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    I think this is a much different design than I had anticipated. I wanted to let it sink in before i make a judgement actually.

    I do think that it is correct that this pickup will sell better overseas where they want slightly smaller trucks. I also agree that we should expect to see it get MUCH better gas mileage than the previous version of the Chevy Colorado or GMC Canyon. It is clear that it's lightyears ahead as well of the S10 platform - which was a good and stable platform for a whole generation of small-truck Chevy owners.

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    It looks nice but resembles a Honda. Personally I wouldn't buy one.

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    I like the addition of items they added to the interior: upgraded stereo; steering wheel controls. It would be nice if they would bring over the diesel, too.


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    The steering wheel is on the wrong side for me. What engines are available?

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    Those are some pretty nice rims for stock. Besides that I'm not too crazy about the exterior.

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    I threw up in my mouth. The tails are HIDEOUS, front looks too much like the cars/suv's in the Chevy lineup.

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    From the front it looks like a Honda SUV and from the side it looks like an updated Chevy El Camino.
    I'll think I'll stick with my old 94 Silverado.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silveradotrailblazer View Post
    X3 looks like Honda Ridgeline. Adam, does that right hand drive bring back memories?
    I agree, its looks like a cross between the ridgeline and a few of the chevy line-ups. I gotta cast a down thumb on this one.....and whats up with 'ASIA'?

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    I like it.

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