Toyota 4Runner - The urban assualt vehicle for Puerto Rico

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You know, with Puerto Rico's roads looking more and more like either dirt country roads or SUV test courses, I've seriously considered getting a vehicle with more heavy duty suspension. And if you factor in the frequency our streets get flooded, it would also be nice to have a vehicle that had an above average clearance. An example of a vehicle that just might fit the bill is the 2008 Toyota 4Runner.

With quick acceleration from either of its engine options, you'll feel comfortable knowing that you can accelerate out of danger if the need arises. And its precise handling might come in handy when you're trying to weave in and out of traffic as you make it to work on the Luis A Ferre Expressway. Better still, if the unexpected should happen, the 4Runner offers good protection for the inhabitants in the case of of a crash.


The Insider

11 de noviembre de 2008, 09:43
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How about a hybrid with a lift kit instead?

With car sales down 20%, it's good to see dealers looking for new advertising possibilities like this one.

Until they (i.e. the dealers) follow Godin's advice of "increasing value", I urge all of you out there to consider a $2000 Ranger pickup & one of those AK47s the gangs are importing to the island... That combo will get you through the flood waters and secure your parameter in the event of mechanical failure.

After all you don't want to wake up and find your brand new ride in flood waters do you?

FYI Consumers: With car sales down 20%, you have some desperate sales agents. Demand the best price... and walk if you don't get it. And save your money. Buy used (but intact).