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    drives the SUV design. The whole idea was to make the SUV big and intimidating. Even design cues, like the drop fender design of the Dodge Ram pickup or the Durango front grill was designed to mimic the look of predators. "A strong animal has a big jaw, that's why we put big fenders, 'Rapaille says." Even a more primitive or perhaps savage is yet another unspoken rationale for owning an SUV. "My theory is the reptilian always wins,' he said, 'If there's a crash, I want the other guy to die. Of course, I can't say that aloud." Hence, the rationale for owning an SUV, and willingness to put others at risk rather than themselves in a crash situation. Again, questioning the rules of moral behavior. "For Rapaille, the archetype of a sport utility vehicle reflects the reptilian desire for survival. People buy SUVs, he tells auto executives, because they are trying to look as menacing as possible to allay their fears of crime and other violence. The Jeep has always had this image around the world because of it its heavy use in war movies and frequent appearances in newsreels from the 1940's and 1950's, and newer SUVs share the image." Guy vs Men strategy for showing a certain guy characteristic, like wanting neat stuff such as "mechanical and unnecessarily complex" For example the result of guys having the need to have stuff such as star wars, nuclear weapons, and such items that are in the extends of that genre. as to differentiate with the characteristics of a…

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    time and this paper will take a look at four separate but interesting events. The first issue we will discuss is the President of the United States trying to change policy on the distribution of new cancer pills; the president wants to speed up the process. Secondly, it will cover a big ladies’ college basketball game between two rival schools, the University of Connecticut Huskies (UConn/Lady Huskies) and the University of Tennessee (Lady Volunteers). Next, we will discuss a famous novel that…

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    The Jeep Wrangler is a traditional body-on-frame four-wheel drive SUV, a model that traces its roots to a government purpose (GP or Jeep) vehicle used during World War II. This iconic model is prized for its off-road capabilities and unique features, including a fold-down windshield and removable doors. Long a two-door model, a four-door Wrangler Unlimited version was introduced in 2007. 2007 to Present: Jeep Wrangler Overview The third-generation Jeep Wrangler was introduced in 2007. As…

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    Gmc Sierra Research Paper

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    The GMC Sierra is a highly suitable truck for those who enjoy participating in a multitude of activities. Constructed in the United States, this American dream car does and has everything nearly everyone looks for in a vehicle. Its safety features, comfortable interior, and outstanding performance are characteristics this car contains that consumers will not only approve of, but appreciate as well. Safety is one of the first traits a person will look for in a vehicle. Many people who are…

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    Nissan Persuasive Essay

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    for a Tech Package that comes with a touchscreen navigation system with a 5.8-inch touchscreen, Nissan Connect smartphone app integration and a 360-degree around-view camera system. Also part of this grouping is an upgraded Rockford Fosgate audio system with a subwoofer. The Cold Weather Package tacks on heated front seats and exterior mirrors. The SL gets all of these options as standard and further gains automatic headlights, fog lights and leather upholstery. The sporty Nismo builds upon…

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    Shelby Cobras

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    Q-cars are nothing new. While they’re more popular than ever in the 21st century, the trend started several decades ago – and the Sunbeam Tiger is proof. Take one Sunbeam Alpine Series IV, a car styled as innocuously as a convertible MGB, then shoehorn a 4.2-litre V8 into the nose of it. Change the steering box for a rack to improve precision, add a tougher Salisbury rear axle along with a Panhard rod to the rear suspension to help keep the thing on the tarmac – and voilà, a cut-price Cobra…

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    all-wheel drive is standard. Exterior Design and Attributes The T-Prime Concept offers a long and bold silhouette. From the front is a distinct chrome radiator grille extending across the full width of the front fascia, seamlessly integrating the LED headlights. Along its sides, multiple upper and lower character lines along with distinctive body sculpting is present. Flared wheel wells, chrome touches, and a tapered roof line provide a look that is at once elegant as it is sporty. From the…

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    Durango Research Paper

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    If you are in the market for an SUV that is more fun and safe for your family, head over to Harr Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram and check out a used Durango. The Durango offers outstanding amenities and features not found in other SUVs. For the best local selection of used vehicles, head over to Harr Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram. Durango interior offers fun for driver and passenger A used Durango in Worcester offers excellent interior amenities that can be enjoyed equally by the driver and passenger.…

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    Honda Ridgeline

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    The Honda Ridgeline is Honda’s new pickup truck on the market. It uses Hondas unibody large vehicle platform, shared with the Acura MDX and Honda Odyssey. It is powered by an all aluminum 255 hp 3.5 L V6 coupled to a 5-speed automatic transmission with all wheel drive capable of towing 5000 lbs. The Ridgeline will be the first pickup truck with a fully-independent suspension. Some of the more innovative features of the Ridgeline are its tailgate, which can fold down or hinge to the side, and an…

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    1. In his paper “Experienced Utility and Objective Happiness: A Moment-Based Approach”, Daniel Kahneman analyses the concept of experienced utility and proposes that it can be most effectively measured by “moment-based methods that assess the experiences of the present” (2). First proposed by Bentham (1789), experienced utility refers to the experiences of pleasure and pain. Moment-based approaches derive these feelings of pain and pleasure from real-time measures. Extrapolating from this,…

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