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The SsangYong Rexton is a big, budget off-roader which feels cheap and crude by modern standards
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Honestly though, what's the point? The credibility of Khan has also gone down in my estimation as well, or is it just the fact that it highlights how pointless their bling really is, even on cars like Landies or Cayennes.
It's all about the twisties........
I like to disagree with this comment, Project khan so called "bling" is not pointless, some people actually like to make there cars look a little different from the standard model. It makes it a bit special without looking tacky and boy racerish below is a example of the so called "Landies" U refer to
and this is how the boring standard version looks like
you can see the project khan one transforms this basic TDV6 SE model into somthing special
It makes it a bit special without looking tacky and boy racerish below is a example of the so called "Landies" U refer to
Depends on your definition of tacky.
[quote TegTypeR]Depends on your definition of tacky.[/quote]
emmm so tell me what is so bad about this design? that makes you call it tacky ?
Been working with Land Rover for 16 years and the emergence of Kahn has given us numerous problems with customers bringing their vehicles in after being 'blinged'
Most common issues are dreadful ride quality, tramlining, uneven tyre wear with the fitment of Kahn oversized wheels along with premature steering component wear.
Also bodykit fitment via Kahn have resulted in failure of the parking distance control system which tends to turn into a flatline beep due to poor fitment and material overhang issues.
Incidentally Kahn have sourced many wheel rim designs, (including some that mimic our 'Stormer' Land Rover wheel) that we have seen buckle and spilt through mounting kerbs and general use that never seems to happen to the genuine LR item.
Some of Kahn competitors are very good and work in harmony with the Land Rover product but Kahn are particularly substandard.
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I have never seen anything that Khan have done that isn't tacky, vulgar, cheap looking and tasteless (have I covered all the bases there?). Their only ideas regarding styling seem to be a set of ridiculously large a blingy wheels, a poorly designed bodykit, a bit of cheap suede and a job lot of badges off a market stall. Everything looks like it's been knocked together in a backstreet garage.
Then again, money doesn't necessarily buy taste and there's one born every minute.
what a f***ing pointless hideous piece of rubbish, why oh why would anyone buy that car. Even the BMW X6 has a point compared to this dressed up waste of space of a car!!
Whilst I am not a fan of large 4x4s, I am always reluctant to criticise someone for buying one, it is afterall a free country. However to buy a large off road vehicle and then add huge alloys, a bodykit and firmer suspension completely destroys the point of the vehicle and shows an utter lack of common sense. It is comical that a two and a half tonne vehicle could ever be considered sporty. I wonder if the people driving these cars realise that everyone else looks at their blinged up monsters and wonders what insecurities they are trying to hide behind their 22 inch alloys.
Jaydub, I had to laugh at your post. Do people really complain about poor ride quality when they replace the standard wheels? What on earth do they expect to happen?
[quote moe360]emmm so tell me what is so bad about this design? that makes you call it tacky ?[/quote]
Someone's fitted shiny pie dishes in place of the wheels? Also, it seems to have been involved in an accident and repaired on the cheap, as the bonnet doesn't match the rest of the bodywork ;-)