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Hi Folks:

I am new to the group and would like to know more about the FX35. Does anybody know when the 2005 will be available ?
 

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Probably October. I doubt there will be any changes.
 

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Welcome. :D

There is lots of info for you to read here. Enjoy
 
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Thanks!

No rush here, being married for 6 months, wife just started to work, trying to get a new job, etc, etc. Besides, my 2002 Grand Cherokee Limited will be paid off by October after a 36 months loan with 0% finance and below invoice price. Saving money now to have a nice 2005 FX35. Just hope they offer more colors.

I drove one on the dealer 2 weeks ago and the guy almost cried to sell the car. Just taking my time....
 

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2YY4U said:
Thanks!

No rush here, being married for 6 months, wife just started to work, trying to get a new job, etc, etc. Besides, my 2002 Grand Cherokee Limited will be paid off by October after a 36 months loan with 0% finance and below invoice price. Saving money now to have a nice 2005 FX35. Just hope they offer more colors.

I drove one on the dealer 2 weeks ago and the guy almost cried to sell the car. Just taking my time....
2005 fx35 = fx40..........

maybe, jus maybe............
 
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Huuummm....

What do you mean by that ? Have you heard anything about a new model between the FX35 and FX45 ???

I drove both and couldn't justify to pay way more for the FX45...
Please clarify...

Thanks
 
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Well, what do you really want to know ?

What "Cariocas" means ?
What "Cariocas do it better" ??
or how much better Cariocas do it whatever it is ???
 

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BTW, what the heck is a Cariocas?

car·i·o·ca [ kèrree ṓkə ] (plural car·i·o·cas)

noun

1. Brazilian dance: a Brazilian dance similar to the samba


2. music for carioca: a piece of music or a tune to which the carioca is danced


[Mid-20th century. From Portuguese, ultimately from Tupian.]
now, what the heck do you mean by the above statements??
 
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Actually, "Carioca" is a native of Rio de Janeiro City Brazil
 
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"Gracias" ????

What that is supposed to mean ???
Are you suggesting that Brazilians speak Spanish ????


:shock:
 
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Ok, in that case, "Obrigado" which means "Thank you" in Portuguese.


:)
 
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Really :shock: ?

Which other site ? I heard here that there was a FX40 coming...

I could sell my Cherokee today, but, still waiting for job change (hopefully...)
 
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