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Posted 6/15/17 , edited 6/15/17
Ah, the Great Wall Sailor. Straight outta China. It may not be as big as an F-150 or Silverado, but it's still got that powerful, rugged demeanor. Plus, it's got four doors so you can transport your friends as well.



I want one. Too bad it's not available in the United States...unless you wait until the truck is 25 years old and import it.

What are your thoughts on this pickup truck? Have you ever had one? Discuss.
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Posted 6/15/17 , edited 6/15/17
And China makes ANOTHER of its own brands that they don't want to rely on successful imports from the west:
State-approved SUV pickups.

Their "CHD" home-theater format that was supposed to replace the West's Blu-ray didn't work out quite as well.
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Posted 6/15/17 , edited 6/15/17
Looks like a Nissan Frontier knock off.

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I tend to prefer trucks with more bed, less bedroom, myself. If you have a truck, who needs friends? Two seats fits you and your significant other, whether that's a dog or a cat or whatever.

The bigger the truck bed, the better the truck, I feel. Otherwise just get a sedan.
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Posted 6/15/17 , edited 6/15/17
I prefer shitty ricer/itasha BS tbqh
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Posted 6/17/17 , edited 6/17/17
the truck looks like it is 25 years old
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Posted 6/17/17 , edited 6/17/17

CKD-Anime wrote:

the truck looks like it is 25 years old


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Posted 6/17/17 , edited 6/17/17
there are so many foreign exclusive cars worth the effort and extra cost to import. why this one, WHY?
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Posted 6/18/17 , edited 6/18/17
Initially I thought 'Sailor' was an odd name for a pick-up truck but in actuality it's probably quite appropriate. Sailors are notorious for getting drunk, spending money, womanizing and starting bar fights. This could also describe a large percentage of pick-up owners.
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Posted 7/1/17 , edited 7/1/17

ad_arbitrium wrote:

there are so many foreign exclusive cars worth the effort and extra cost to import. why this one, WHY?


It's just...different. In the gray market, it's not as mainstream as, say, a Nissan Skyline.
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Posted 7/28/17 , edited 9/21/17
My father has the same one, And this trunk is classic and convinent.
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Posted 9/20/17 , edited 9/21/17
Typical
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Posted 9/20/17 , edited 9/21/17
The tiny bed of that truck sort of defeats the purpose of even owning a truck IMO. Trucks are for hauling stuff.
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Posted 9/20/17 , edited 9/21/17

Balzack wrote:

The tiny bed of that truck sort of defeats the purpose of even owning a truck IMO. Trucks are for hauling stuff.


Well, considering it has like a 103hp motor and can barely haul it's own weight and has a top speed of about 80mph, I am guessing cargo is not something that you would be hauling in there regardless of the bed size.
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Posted 9/21/17 , edited 9/21/17
At first I thought someone was talking about Sailor Moon
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