Like I said, luxury purchases are illogical at their core, it's a purchase based on desire/passion i.e. not something based on logic. For Example, I bought the Enclave when the logical choice would be to buy the Traverse and save 5 grand. They're both mechanically identical, just one evoked a desire to purchase where the other didn't.
I said that the XT6 lacked, in my opinion, the panache or prestige to warrant the purchase over the Enclave based on solely an emotional desire. Not that all luxury purchases made no sense.
'19 Buick Enclave
'07 Dodge Magnum SRT-8
'19 Mazda 6
Current: Hidden Content Hidden Content
Past: '17 Cruze; '15 F150; '14 Volt; '13 MKX; '13 Silverado; '13 Fusion; '11 Ram; '10 Commander; '08 Sierra; '07 Rendezvous; '05 Ram; '04 Grand Cherokee; '03 F150; '01 Silverado; '00 Jimmy; '99 Sierra; '97 Ram; '96 Mustang GT; '96 Jimmy; '90 Escort GT; '89 Ranger; '84 Omni; '76 Malibu; '78 LeMans; '85 Escort; '82 Lynx; '75 Sierra
My current crop is 2020 CT6V Fully loaded, 2016 Corvette Z06 3LT fully loaded, 2015 GMC Yukon SLT Fully loaded, 2011 Chevy Cruze (kid's) LTZ, fully loaded, 1966 Chevy Impala SS 396 4spd Muncie 3.73 gears, 2003 Harley Softail with Rinehart exhaust, 2016 Harley Night Rod Special V&H Comp
Last edited by Mr.Buttons; 06-05-2019 at 07:49 PM.
After watching the video I'm even more impressed with it and I think it will be just fine. Just update like U(Sorry- you) should Cadillac and keep it fresh.
How the XT6 gets so much praise on GMI is beyond me. If Infiniti, Lincoln, Lexus, etc. were making the same vehicle, it would not receive praise, and rightfully so.
Good times! LOL
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