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2 hours ago, yungkory said:

Posted in this thread a while back that I wanted a Model Y. My friend bought one for his wife and asked me to ceramic coat it and that means I got to drive it home. There's no way I'm not getting one now this thing is dope, and it fits a golf bag at least two ways:

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I need a trunk big enough to fit 2 cart bags and 2 Clicgears lol

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1 hour ago, Kanoito said:

I need a trunk big enough to fit 2 cart bags and 2 Clicgears lol

You can fold the seats down and it would fit that easy

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It's been 35 yrs. since we've had child seats in the car so can't comment [emoji1]

Only 35 years! We’re at 40+. Mi still remember cleaning the rugs in the rear floor.


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12 hours ago, yungkory said:

You can fold the seats down and it would fit that easy

Forgot to mention too lazy to remove 2 child seats... 😂

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Unfortunately. I’m having to revive this thread.  At the worst time ever for a buyer, I’m in the position of having to get a new vehicle in the next month.

Strongly considering going back to Toyota after a 3 year misguided absence.

Looking st the SUV Hybrid route, which makes it.

RAV4 Hybrid

2021  Venza

Highlander Hybrid

probably the XLE Trims. 

But if anyone can make a solid case for Hyundai Tucson or Samte Fe Hybrid, I will listen. 
 

But after my current issue, ai’ really hesitant to go anything but Toyota.  They are the PING of the Auto industry. Not flashy, but they just work. 

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10 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Unfortunately. I’m having to revive this thread.  At the worst time ever for a buyer, I’m in the position of having to get a new vehicle in the next month.

Strongly considering going back to Toyota after a 3 year misguided absence.

Looking st the SUV Hybrid route, which makes it.

RAV4 Hybrid

2021  Venza

Highlander Hybrid

probably the XLE Trims. 

But if anyone can make a solid case for Hyundai Tucson or Samte Fe Hybrid, I will listen. 
 

But after my current issue, ai’ really hesitant to go anything but Toyota.  They are the PING of the Auto industry. Not flashy, but they just work. 

I cannot make the case for either of them, as we just picked up two chevy's earlier this year.

The wife is loving her Equinox and I am really enjoying the Blazer.

I do also get the appeal for Toyota's, they are great vehicles, and if I was to pick one it would be the highlander.

Good luck with the car shopping Rob.

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Honestly Rob, check out Kia, Hyundai's cousin. Best warranty, 10 year/100,000 miles and now having had mine for a couple of weeks, best bang for the buck. Yes, it's not a yota, but it's very comparable.

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11 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

Unfortunately. I’m having to revive this thread.  At the worst time ever for a buyer, I’m in the position of having to get a new vehicle in the next month.

Strongly considering going back to Toyota after a 3 year misguided absence.

Looking st the SUV Hybrid route, which makes it.

RAV4 Hybrid

2021  Venza

Highlander Hybrid

probably the XLE Trims. 

But if anyone can make a solid case for Hyundai Tucson or Samte Fe Hybrid, I will listen. 
 

But after my current issue, ai’ really hesitant to go anything but Toyota.  They are the PING of the Auto industry. Not flashy, but they just work. 

I can't "make a case" for the Hyundai hybrids as hybrids are new to their SUV models (though they've had hybrid sedans since the 2011 Sonata). But after driving everything you mention, and after personal experience with 1 Subaru, 5 Hondas and 3 Toyotas - I put a deposit on a 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Limited, delivery scheduled by 11/29.

The Tucson Hybrid was fun to drive with loads of tech and safety assist systems, an upscale interior for the price, and you can't beat the warranties or the value. It's a little smaller than I would have liked, but I didn't need to pony up another $2K plus for a very slightly larger Santa Fe Hybrid. I've asked every friend and neighbor with a Hyundai what they think, and every one of them has been very pleased. The new Hyundais are way more interesting IMO, they're not generic "me too" products anymore. And the online reviews, YouTube and others, are excellent. I can't wait to take delivery!

I also drove a Santa Fe Hybrid and a Sorrento Plug In Hybrid and if I needed more space, I would have bought one of them...didn't need the space so why spend another $2K.

YOU SHOULD GO DRIVE A HYUNDAI OR A KIA and judge for yourself. Why not? If you don't choose either, nothing lost.

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2 hours ago, MattF said:

Honestly Rob, check out Kia, Hyundai's cousin. Best warranty, 10 year/100,000 miles and now having had mine for a couple of weeks, best bang for the buck. Yes, it's not a yota, but it's very comparable.

My Sister in Law has her 2nd Kia, the first was totaled about 6 months ago.   She loves them. Here's the thing about Kia and Hyundai.  They both make great looking and tech filled cars for the price.  The warranty is the best out there by far.  

All that said, I need to be confident my next vehicle is going to last a minimum of 10 years with no major issues.  I probably have 6 years left of full time working, so whatever I buy will be paid off by then.  And my driving will be greatly reduced.  I don't really expect it to be my last car, but hopefully 2nd to last car, and to last at least 10 years, then I can trade it and buy m final car possibly without financing anything, since I won't be working, well at least not full time.

I got burned by going with FORD this time, which I had hear greatly improved it's quality.  Well obviously Quality was not Job 1 in the case of this SUV, which by the way ranked very high in the Consumer Reports Testing. 

So if I go with Kia or Hyndai and something happens and it is giving me issue after issue in 5 to 6 years, then I will have nobody to blame but myself. 

It's kind of like hitting a hybrid (no pun intended) off the tee instead of driver.  It's the safe play.

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I can't "make a case" for the Hyundai hybrids as hybrids are new to their SUV models (though they've had hybrid sedans since the 2011 Sonata). But after driving everything you mention, and after personal experience with 1 Subaru, 5 Hondas and 3 Toyotas - I put a deposit on a 2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Limited, delivery scheduled by 11/29.

The Tucson Hybrid was fun to drive with loads of tech and safety assist systems, an upscale interior for the price, and you can't beat the warranties or the value. It's a little smaller than I would have liked, but I didn't need to pony up another $2K plus for a very slightly larger Santa Fe Hybrid. I've asked every friend and neighbor with a Hyundai what they think, and every one of them has been very pleased. The new Hyundais are way more interesting IMO, they're not generic "me too" products anymore. And the online reviews, YouTube and others, are excellent. I can't wait to take delivery!

I also drove a Santa Fe Hybrid and a Sorrento Plug In Hybrid and if I needed more space, I would have bought one of them...didn't need the space so why spend another $2K.

YOU SHOULD GO DRIVE A HYUNDAI OR A KIA and judge for yourself. Why not? If you don't choose either, nothing lost.

I have driven the Hyndai Tuscon and really really liked it.  They have some more coming in the next week or two and he said, he will let me know when it's there to drive.

See my above comments about how much I like their tech and bells and whistles for the price, and like you even though I'm 6'4" I found it to be large enough for me (I sat in a 2021 on the lot which he says are the exact same size) 

My first thought was going to be a RAV4 Hybrid, and I drove it and it felt "fine"  Figured I could live with it and be content.  Then I took the Highlander XLE ouut and oh man what a difference, in both ride, sound and just quality of the drive.   I had a Highlander from 2006 to 2016 until it was in an accident.   The new ones are so much more plush and tech filled than that one was.   

I haven't eliminated the Hyundai yet.  But I am very hesitant to go away from what I know after my disaster with this Edge.  Which I bought for a lot of the same reasons I just listed about liking the Tuscon. 

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3 minutes ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

My first thought was going to be a RAV4 Hybrid, and I drove it and it felt "fine"  Figured I could live with it and be content. 

Isn't this the tag line for the RAV4?

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7 minutes ago, ejgaudette said:

Isn't this the tag line for the RAV4?

Ha..Toyota can send me a consulting fee 🙂

 

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34 minutes ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

I have driven the Hyndai Tuscon and really really liked it.  They have some more coming in the next week or two and he said, he will let me know when it's there to drive.

My first thought was going to be a RAV4 Hybrid, and I drove it and it felt "fine"  Figured I could live with it and be content.  Then I took the Highlander XLE ouut and oh man what a difference, in both ride, sound and just quality of the drive.   I had a Highlander from 2006 to 2016 until it was in an accident.   The new ones are so much more plush and tech filled than that one was.   

I haven't eliminated the Hyundai yet.  But I am very hesitant to go away from what I know after my disaster with this Edge.  Which I bought for a lot of the same reasons I just listed about liking the Tuscon. 

May be of zero interest but FWIW.

You haven't mentioned AWD, but if that's an option you like, the RAV4 for sure and the Highlander I think have electronic AWD - not true AWD like the Hyundais and most other AWD systems. The latter is more sure footed using an actual differential between front and back whereas the Toyotas have an engine a electric motor up front and just an electric motor at the rear - so it's arguably a virtual AWD. It's competent enough in most situations, but not as good off-road as a true AWD system.

Good luck, I've had 3 Toyotas and they were some of the best vehicles we've owned.

 

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52 minutes ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

My Sister in Law has her 2nd Kia, the first was totaled about 6 months ago.   She loves them. Here's the thing about Kia and Hyundai.  They both make great looking and tech filled cars for the price.  The warranty is the best out there by far.  

All that said, I need to be confident my next vehicle is going to last a minimum of 10 years with no major issues.  I probably have 6 years left of full time working, so whatever I buy will be paid off by then.  And my driving will be greatly reduced.  I don't really expect it to be my last car, but hopefully 2nd to last car, and to last at least 10 years, then I can trade it and buy m final car possibly without financing anything, since I won't be working, well at least not full time.

I got burned by going with FORD this time, which I had hear greatly improved it's quality.  Well obviously Quality was not Job 1 in the case of this SUV, which by the way ranked very high in the Consumer Reports Testing. 

So if I go with Kia or Hyndai and something happens and it is giving me issue after issue in 5 to 6 years, then I will have nobody to blame but myself. 

It's kind of like hitting a hybrid (no pun intended) off the tee instead of driver.  It's the safe play.

I have driven the Hyndai Tuscon and really really liked it.  They have some more coming in the next week or two and he said, he will let me know when it's there to drive.

See my above comments about how much I like their tech and bells and whistles for the price, and like you even though I'm 6'4" I found it to be large enough for me (I sat in a 2021 on the lot which he says are the exact same size) 

My first thought was going to be a RAV4 Hybrid, and I drove it and it felt "fine"  Figured I could live with it and be content.  Then I took the Highlander XLE ouut and oh man what a difference, in both ride, sound and just quality of the drive.   I had a Highlander from 2006 to 2016 until it was in an accident.   The new ones are so much more plush and tech filled than that one was.   

I haven't eliminated the Hyundai yet.  But I am very hesitant to go away from what I know after my disaster with this Edge.  Which I bought for a lot of the same reasons I just listed about liking the Tuscon. 

I have 2018 Rav 4 hybrid. Its nice 30 mpg AWD (but not great) and it fits my family of 4 and our stuff. Personally I don't know if I will buy anything other than a Toyota. This is the 5th Toyota I have owned. Currently have prius, camry and the rav, all over 100k and the only I have had to fix is tires and oil changes. 

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4 hours ago, Middler said:

May be of zero interest but FWIW.

You haven't mentioned AWD, but if that's an option you like, the RAV4 for sure and the Highlander I think have electronic AWD - not true AWD like the Hyundais and most other AWD systems. The latter is more sure footed using an actual differential between front and back whereas the Toyotas have an engine a electric motor up front and just an electric motor at the rear - so it's arguably a virtual AWD. It's competent enough in most situations, but not as good off-road as a true AWD system.

Good luck, I've had 3 Toyotas and they were some of the best vehicles we've owned.

 

I hear you on the AWD.  I am looking for it.  Here in the Mid Atlantic, it's nice to have we don't get many 30" snow storms, but mostly the 2 to 5 inch stuff.   And even then, I'm limited in the amount I need to drive in that, I can work from home when that happens.

I do know the Highlander has more of a true AWD than the RAV. I have watched many of the videos by AMD on The Car Care Nut.  He is a Toyota Master Technician of over 20 years.  He is basically the Ian Frasier of mechanics from what I've seen 🙂

And he will pull no punches when there is something critical to say about Toyota, he will do it with no hesitancy.   So to me that gives him huge credibility in what he says.   So I rely on him for a lot of stuff that is basically a foreign language to me..ha

 

3 hours ago, THEZIPR23 said:

I have 2018 Rav 4 hybrid. Its nice 30 mpg AWD (but not great) and it fits my family of 4 and our stuff. Personally I don't know if I will buy anything other than a Toyota. This is the 5th Toyota I have owned. Currently have prius, camry and the rav, all over 100k and the only I have had to fix is tires and oil changes. 

Yep, I think I mentioned above, all the models I've had over the past 40 years.  And only been in a non Toyota for 3 of those years...the past 3 😞

 

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I'm picking up my GLE Coupe Hybrid next week... so excited!

And while installing the wallbox in my garage, the guy told me it was just a few bucks more for a wallbox with 2 chargers, so why not? So what do I do after having 2 chargers?

That's right, I'm selling my Mazda CX-5 and getting an Audi Q4 e-tron Sportback. This one will be used mainly to go to work, so just charging every couple of weeks at home will suffice.

Look at this beauty! Throw the kids in the GLE and this will be my "bachelor" ride lol

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:taylormade-small: JetSpeed 5W 19* w/ Matrix Velox T 69 S OR :adams-small: Super LS 3H 19* w/ Kuro Kage Black 80 S
:mizuno-small: JPX919 Forged 4-PW w/ Modus3 105 S
:titelist-small: Vokey SM7 50/08F, 54/14F & 58/08M w/ Modus3 115 Wedge
:EVNROLL: ER1 34" w/ SuperStroke Fatso 2.0
MfleKCg.jpg Pro / 9dZCgaF.jpgH2NO Lite Cart Bag / :Clicgear: 3.0 / :918457628_PrecisionPro: NX7 Pro LRF

My reviews: MLA Putter // Titleist SM7 // PING i500 // PuttOUT

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12 hours ago, fozcycle said:

Bought a Bronco Sport for SWMBO…….

great ride, great mileage(24-26 mph), plenty of room.

 

I looked at them but for me, they were too small in the cargo area. The full sized Bronco doesn't come out until next year.

In the bag:
Driver: :titelist-small: TSi2 Project X HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX 6.0
Fairway: :Sub70: 939X 15° Project X Even Flow Blue 6.0

Hybrid: :Sub70: 949X Pro 2 Hybrid Project X Even Flow Riptide 6.0
Hybrid: :Sub70: 939X 3 Hybrid Project X Even Flow Riptide 6.0
Irons: :wilson_staff_small: D7 Forged 4-GW Project X Catalyst 80 6.0
Wedge: :cleveland-small: Smartsole S
Putter :Sub70: Sycamore 005 Wide Blade
Bag: 
:Ogio: Alpha Convoy 514
Balls::Snell: MTB-X or Black

Cart: :CaddyTek: CaddyLite ONE Ver. 8


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EV's won't work for us until they have fast charging stations right off the highway from Ohio to Florida. Hybrids on the other hand are very tempting - especially those that don't require premium gas. 

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:ping-small: G410 SFT driver 

Cobra King F-9  5 wood
:ping-small:  410  Hybrids 22*, 26*

Cobra Speed Zone 6-GP/Recoil ESX 460 F3 Shafts 

:titelist-small: SM7 54* Wedge

:ping-small: Glide 3.0  60* Wedge

:odyssey-small: O Works putter
:918457628_PrecisionPro:NX9-HD

:CaddyTek: - 4 Wheel 
:footjoy-small: - too many shoes to list and so many to buy

:1590477705_SunMountain: And  BAG Boy

Golf Balls: Snell MTB-X 

2020 Official Tester :SuperSpeed: Beginning Driver Speed  - 78

2019 Official Tester :ping-small:  410 Driver

2018 Official Tester :wilson-small: C300

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