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Which vehicle will the KIA Telluride be replacing for you?

joeyvans

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2012 Ford Escape Limited AWD. It was a good car for us, but developed rust on the rear wheel wells... just like every other Escape of it's era. Because of that, we wanted to get rid of it while it still had some value. Have wanted a Telluride since the day I saw the first commercial on YouTube. Can't wait 'til it arrives.
 

reasonableperson

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You’re right. Loaded X7 close to 100k. Last week I looked at a 2018 X5 50i with 13k miles for 66k. I drove it so I could compare to my X3 and Telluride. I actually liked the Telluride better than the X5.
I'm trading in my 2012 x5 50i. Not only has that been the most unreliable car I've ever owned in my life, the ride quality is TERRIBLE!
 

Buckeye-TRide

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2011 Buick Enclave CXL. Great car for awhile but was rear-ended and the suspension was never the same after. Also has a stretched timing chain and worn front tires and there was no way I was spending $4500 on an almost decade old Buick. Also had various other small and annoying but expensive to repair issues.
 
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