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Hyundai Santa Fe? That's the first answer that came to me.....
Looks alot like my Chrysler pacifica though many cars look the same.
Maybe - if you were that interested - you should have gone round the back end. The make and range are usually above one another, with the engine capacity initials (500/750/1000 and so on, maybe also engine type, i.e., Tdi, V8). Equally there's normally a radiator emblem at the other end, the filler cap is usually a giveaway (as on Mercs and Beemers or Bentleys etc).
Maybe next time...
SUV type of this car.................
For more details about any cars go on to Gowheels dot com.
These are all good answers so far, but the real answer is a Porsche Cayeene.
For Cayenne read Cayeene. Nice bit of pepper, but I'll stick to Land Rover - better getaway car.
You are correct about the spelling alancaster149, and it's spelled Cayenne. However I'm sure this little red SUV is a Porsche Cayenne, and I'm going to stick with that answer.
I am an auto enthusiast and I can easily say that it's a Porsche Cayenne.
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I'm not a mustang fan sorry (camaro's eat them alive) but every time I see someone drive a mustang its a women! Thats why I call it a bitchstang lol
by TheHoleStory3 years ago
Does anyone know what type and year of car this is?
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i think any car you have,as far as it takes you to your desired destination is okay. what do you think?........
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