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Spy Pix of the New Trajet

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FYI...The New Trajet, coming soon.

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Both different designs. But the 1st 2 pics look like a most probable production line-up for 2006. Looks like the Chrysler Voyyager.

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Neutral Newbie

front's pretty okay. but, WOAH, the back's still ugly.

 

Koreans don't seem to invest much in design. Their MPVs especially.

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Still the same heavy weight fuel guzzing car as the current model.

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The doors have been changed to sliding doors, which is gd. At least can still open in tight confined space. [thumbsup]

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3rd Gear (edited)

Hyundai has issued the following press release:

 

The new 2007 Hyundai Entourage minivan made its world debut today at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show. With its unprecedented combination of unsurpassed standard safety, comfort and convenience matched with a powerful engine and outstanding quality backed by Hyundai's 10-year, 100,000-mile warranty, this new star in Hyundai's lineup is sure to attract a following.

 

Entourage is the first vehicle with the Hyundai Hideaway

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Not too bad. I'm not a Korean car fan but there are two models that worth my attention.i.e Sonata and Trajet. Korean cars seem to focus in making big MPV. They are never good at making mid-size to mini-size MPV. They seem more successful in making better large size cars.

 

Regards,

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Neutral Newbie
Both different designs. But the 1st 2 pics look like a most probable production line-up for 2006. Looks like the Chrysler Voyyager.

 

This is exactly what came to my mind when I saw the pics! [;)]

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Neutral Newbie

It's made for the Americans. The shape and size alone tells everyone that. It's time they learnt something from the Japanese.

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Wow....

I like to fold down keep away seats.....

 

Totally F-L-A-T [thumbsup]

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