|Re: Great Wall cars|
Subject: Re: Great Wall cars
by Mildman on 2012/5/24 14:19:07
I haven't driven Tritons much but can't remember anywhere near the understeer the Amarok would give. Also the feel on a bumpy road seemed smoother in a Triton.
If you'd driven a Ranger/BT50 though you'd be hard pressed to beat it in the segment at the moment.
Everyone will have new models soon enough, although I doubt the hilux will change in a hurry.
The Amarok is a good commerical vehicle, I am judging all of these trucks more on how close to passenger car handling they have - which is not what they are acutally designed to do so I guess I'm not judging them in the same way they are judged by those who want to buy them.
I imagine most people would care less how well they handle, they're trucks meant to carry a lot of #OOPS# and tow a lot of #OOPS#.
So I should declare my criteria a bit.
Don't want to dis on your Amarok either, I was just surprised a bit that it's handling that I expected it to piss all over the Mazda offering (being European) just didn't.