yeah, my neighborhood is littered with Buicks... until recently, most of the residents were people who built the houses in the late 60s/early 70s. I have seen one sportback in my neighborhood but no other tourXs... though I have seen several around town (town being Dallas/Richardson/Plano).You know one thing I've realized is that other vehicles I've bought I suddenly start to see them everywhere (1997 Escort, 2004 F150, 2010 Highlander...) Not so with the TourX. And this is in an area where there are a fair number of Buicks because the local dealer is well respected and has been around for 100 years.
The black one I see in the morning when its dark out so I'm not sure, haha. The white one is usually coming the other direction on a divided highway so its also hard to see the driver.Wow, you pass 2 TourX's every day? Has your TourX been acknowledged by them?
That V90 is gorgeous. I'm a bit more partial to the shorter length of the V60, but both are really good-looking wagons.Not a TourX, but I saw a gorgeous V90 (T6, I believe) today on the way to work. That may be the best looking car out there.
this one was definitely not a cross country... low and long.The longer the roof the better..in my opinion.
I do like the regular v90 vs the v90 cross country which seems jacked up too high for my taste. You also have to special order the regular v90..not that I have the income to buy one.
On a related note...my 99 volvo xc70(tank) just suffered catastrophic transmission failure. At 21 years old...I can't justify a $3000 transmission. I'll miss the boxy tank. I guess this just means I get to drive the TourX everyday!!
You need to buy her a beer already!On a related note...my 99 volvo xc70(tank) just suffered catastrophic transmission failure. At 21 years old...I can't justify a $3000 transmission. I'll miss the boxy tank. I guess this just means I get to drive the TourX everyday!!