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2020 Limited -> 2022 TRX?

KonaKruiser

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Keep your Limited and put a deposit down on a Rivian R1T if you can in Europe. Fully loaded R1T with 21” rims is about $87K here in the US, which similar in price to a fully loaded TRX and goes 0-60 in 3.1 seconds with an estimated 400+ mile range and is a pretty capable off road vehicle.
Is a Euro version certified to import and operate in the US ?
 

Dirtdoc

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Would not trade my limited for anything except another limited. I have a 21 limited Ecodiesel, white with indigo/frost interior which is very similiar to the new 10th anniversary interior. With the air suspension and 3.92's highwya is a dream. Rarely ever downshifts to 7th going 75-80 mph, 25-29mpg and is smooth and very quiet. Have 275/60/20's, one size up from stock and would like to go up to a 275/65/20 but cannot find in a p metric and do not need lt tires.
 

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Take the money u would spend on that TRX & donate it to charity. We will only be on earth maybe 80 yrs give or take, but we can make a lasting impression.
 

Eighty

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Take the money u would spend on that TRX & donate it to charity. We will only be on earth maybe 80 yrs give or take, but we can make a lasting impression.
Well, if we’re being altruistic, then perhaps a 1981 Toyota Corolla would be a better choice. It would maximize your donation potential.
 

grimreefer

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Buying a TRX feeds a lot of working families, and it's a truck that definitely leaves an impression.

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Jeremy1974

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Is a Euro version certified to import and operate in the US ?
I don't think there IS a Euro version. But if there was I assume it would be fine for import since most of the time it is an emission's thing that bans them in the US. Also, keep in mind, Ford retains a 12% stake in Rivian. Prices for the pick-up start from $67,500 in the US (around £48,000), for which buyers get a four-motor electric powertrain, a 0–60mph time of three seconds and a maximum range of more than 300 miles on the launch models, although longer-range variants will follow.
A nearly maxed out R1T sits around $93k. No tent/camp stove, but all the performance upgrades, like the max pack which is well over 400 miles per charge. The same in the base price truck is about $6k cheaper.
So all in all the price is a wash. Between the TRX and R1T I would 100% buy a decked out Premium R1T. I already have the Ram I love lol.
 

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