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I was checking out Reddit and seen this video. The setting is possibly Vietnam. What caught my attention is the gold/beige suv in the first 15 seconds of the video.....the one with the spare tire carrier.
  • Is that a nissan Xtrail? I realize the Xtrail was a ''world'' market vehicle and there would be different variations in each country sold ( tail lights, side markers, bumpers, left/right hand drive, etc) .....but a door style tailgate with spare tire carrier??
  • Or is that a honda crv or some mitsubishi not sold in north america ? just curious. https://www.reddit.com/r/PublicFreakout/comments/lo2s72
 

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Can't tell from the vid. Could be an Exxie, the roofline looks right, but for now I'll have to call it a Whuzzat.
 

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thanks guys....i think Quadaria is correct with the nissan Patrol guess. Also, i think the nissan patrol was really a rebadged mitsubishi Pajero...have a look...https://www.carsguide.com.au/car-reviews/nissan-patrol-used-review-1996-2015-39131 --- A lot of interesting vehicles not sold in north america over in the asian countries...or just Australia alone! Google some australian suv/truck review websites and you see what i mean.
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LOL...the bad traffic we often complain about in Vancouver, montreal, toronto, NYC, LA, miami, Seattle....are often relatively nothing to moan about compared to big ass cities ...or cities such as BangKok , New Delhi, Mexico City, Mumbai, Beijing, Manila. etc.
  • From what i read, seen online or spoken to with people in my city with hundreds of thousands of immigrants, the poorer the city/country, usually the poorer driving habits of the motorists. A dog eat dog mentality.
  • Toss in poor roads, poor or absent signage, poor driving skills, crappy vehicles, smog, beeping horns, all sorts of public transports and delivery vehicles, bicycles, motorcycles, mopeds, rickshaw/carts and foot traffic...you get calamity every day and night. The few minutes of driving displeasure in metro Vancouver's city streets and highways are really a non event for people coming from truly frustrating and dangerous roadways they deal with. Grass is always greener...https://www.dangerousroads.org/around-the-world/statistics-and-facts/4656-top-10-worst-places-to-drive-in-the-world.html View attachment 7141
 

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LOL...the bad traffic we often complain about in Vancouver, montreal, toronto, NYC, LA, miami, Seattle....are often relatively nothing to moan about compared to big ass cities ...or cities such as BangKok , New Delhi, Mexico City, Mumbai, Beijing, Manila. etc.
  • From what i read, seen online or spoken to with people in my city with hundreds of thousands of immigrants, the poorer the city/country, usually the poorer driving habits of the motorists. A dog eat dog mentality.
  • Toss in poor roads, poor or absent signage, poor driving skills, crappy vehicles, smog, beeping horns, all sorts of public transports and delivery vehicles, bicycles, motorcycles, mopeds, rickshaw/carts and foot traffic...you get calamity every day and night. The few minutes of driving displeasure in metro Vancouver's city streets and highways are really a non event for people coming from truly frustrating and dangerous roadways they deal with. Grass is always greener...https://www.dangerousroads.org/around-the-world/statistics-and-facts/4656-top-10-worst-places-to-drive-in-the-world.html View attachment 7141
True. But I guess once you have driven in those countries, driving in the US or Canada is just easy peasy.
 
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