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Chris Harris isn't loving the Rolls Royce Cullinan

Chris Harris isn't loving the Rolls Royce Cullinan

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Like it or not, SUVs are here to stay. However, that isn't stopping Chris Harris from admitting that he doesn't like one.

 

To be exact, he isn't too keen on Rolls Royce's latest model, the Cullinan. We won't spoil it for you by explaining his reason why so it if you have a bit of free time, do click on the link below to see what he has to say for its latest Chris Harris Drives video review.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=12&v=WpdFOk8h-EA

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