Hey wow, this was at my local supermarket on Christmas Eve. It’s awesomely uncommon and awesomely awesome – oh, and really rare in right-hand-drive too. So whaddya reckon?
Well the photo was taken on my iPhone…
Woohoo, a CC selfie! I win the internet.
I was thinking first gen Saturn Vue, but on second thought, no.
The rare in RHD clue has me thinking American.
Cadillac CTS, or CTS-V, wagon?
Hint: it’s diesel-powered. 😉
A Jeep Liberty CRD for mail delivery?
A Colorado 7?
The angular shapes and lots of plastic plugs say recent vintage Cadillac like a CTS to me but I can’t go much further than that.
Maybe an Escalade. Were those converted to RHD?
Hint #2: it isn’t of American origin… 😉
OK perhaps a Captiva 7 then
Looks very chintzy. Probably of GM origin.
It’s definitely the polar opposite of chintzy!
LOL… my first thought also was “chintzy GM,” but after Scott’s clues I’m going to go in another direction. Range Rover.
That’s what I was thinking too…until I read “really rare in right-hand-drive.”
Datsun 310 GX backup camera edition
Brother 4570 CDW color laser printer (diesel/right hand drive edition).
Now that one made me laugh.
It looks like a Kyocera to me, though.
Ford F-150 King Ranch
“Rare in RHD” = can’t be Japanese. And not American.
Boxy-looking, like it’s from the 80s.
Citroen c6 2.7v6 HDi -simples…
Smashing car and indeed rare although not in the hens teeth sense
I’d go with that too, a C6
I believe we have a winner. Wow.
Hehehe, give me the year, interior colour and the spec level and I may have to award you the entire internet!
I was thinking recent Cadillac with parking sensors and angular style. But now may be not.
Renault Vel Stais or Avantime?
Definitely the cast rear foot pegs of an ’80s Honda Platinumwing. They were very boxy, like all the other bikes that went all to hell deriving their whole stylistic package off those silly rectangular sealed beams.
“It’s awesomely uncommon and awesomely awesome”? Is this site written by vacuous minded teenagers? The over use of the word “awesome” continues unabated.
Unless I am missing the point entirely, he’s showing an innocent excitement by using reductive language with a bit of parody.
Bingo; you got it in one Barko 🙂
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