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  • Nissan Elgrand

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    The Nissan Elgrand (Japanese: 日産・エルグランド Nissan Erugurando) is a minivan manufactured by Nissan Shatai for Nissan since 1997, available in three model developments, the E50, the E51 and as of 2010 the E52. The Elgrand is commonly used by celebrities in Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand and some other countries/regions around the world. In Japan, ownership costs are expensive due to the exterior dimensions having exceeded Japanese Government dimension regulations and engine displacement incurring higher annual road tax obligations. The Elgrand's main competitors are the Toyota Alphard / Toyota Vellfire, and the Honda Odyssey, and is sold as a larger, more luxurious alternative to the Nissan Lafesta.__TOC__

  • Honda Element

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    Honda Element logo The Honda Element is a compact crossover SUV manufactured by Honda using a modified CR-V platform and marketed in North America over a single generation for model years 2003-2011. Manufactured in East Liberty, Ohio, the Element was offered with front-wheel or all-wheel drive — and was noted for its boxy exterior styling with bi-parting side doors and its boxy, flexible interior layout.

  • Honda Odyssey (ATV)

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    Honda Odyssey was a line of single-seat four-wheel all-terrain vehicles produced by the Honda Corporation between 1977 and 1989. 1979 Honda Odyssey FL250 ca. 2000. Note the engine has been replaced with a Polaris 440cc Snowmobile engine.

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