1. be some shit-tier factory in russia
2. make picrel from plastic
4. produce 100 pieces
9. the quality is horrible
7. went bankrupt that yea r (2015) anyway
No, only buses nowadays. Production of our last not rebadged passenger car has ended in 2004
Brazilian cars were crazy, picrel
would take a test drive
>that A pillar
literally a pedestrian killer :D
Yup, Troller is one of them, even though after Ford bought it the car became a bit shitty in terms of ergonomics and space.
But it's pretty powerful and one of the favorite for trackers here.
Video is he older (and better) one.
They were good cars, sill seeing some nowadays. hey're reliable as fck since mostly used VW Chassis and engine. Even had a eletric van.
Not in Scotland anymore, just busses, our cars were retarded.
>tfw live two miles from the factory
>will never own one of these
>Volkswagens retarded step child
Why does Britain make the best cars?
Don't me, just being completely road legal
I wish they sold these here. They look pretty awesome. Considering Ford owns them now I'm surprised they haven't tried to sell them in the US as a Jeep competitor.
Well. US isn't get attracted for small jeeps, it's basically a niche market. So when someone here goes to buy one, they go for Jeep instead for some unknown brand.
Again, it has it's problems, ergonomics, very litle sace in the back and trunk. Plus no Air-bag.
It's a car for tracking basically, but not so good for a daily driver.
Mercedes a class is currently made in Uusikaupunki Finland they are going to start making the new Mercedes GLC there in 2017.
Picture Finnish truck
Lot's of people buy Wranglers here. It would be pretty easy to market. And Ford is a multi-billion dollar company. It wouldn't be very hard for them to fit air bags and redesign the interior. They're supposed to start offering a new iteration of the Bronco here in 2020. I have a strong suspicion that it's going to be partially based on the Troller.
Sisus are Finnish made
You can also buy Mercedes a class made in Finland
Some ford representative here said that the T4 kinda ressembles the old Broncos.
Honestly i prefer the 1st gen Marruá. It uses the same project as the old Engesa 4.
Seatbelts are for pussies.
I really like the looks, a shame it's still so expensive.
100k a new one.
1st gen are a bit less.
>100k a new one
170k the cheapest and 220k the most expensive, last time I saw. The car isn't good enough for that price tbqh, but they barely sell to people, it's mostly very demanding companies, and the armed forces ofc.
Just chequed the QuatroRodas list and is 120k.
But it's literally a niche market. Only farmers, trackers and the army buys it.