Well, that's marketing and it comes with its deceiving attributes when done unethically. Thanks for sharing your feedback. Since you've driven it, how do you compare it with the outgoing model (PKDM Vigo) with respect to the following:
1) driving comfort with respect to suspension;
2) pickup; and
3) noise insulation.
Lol @ civic versus Revo. Because a little over two weeks back I was about to walk into a Honda dealership and book myself a 1.8 oriel with Nav but changed my mind at the eleventh hour. My better half was like "WTH!, You changed your mind?". I replied, "well honey, there are only a few places I can take the civic. She's like a gorgeous hour-glass figure girlfriend on high heels. The Lux, well she can be taken anywhere and everywhere. She's like a durable, reliable, always obedient and serving companion - a wife." WTH!! was my better half's response to that logic of mine as well. And the lights went out when I said, "I wish I could have both the GF and the Wife with the Lux to serve me during the day and the civic for evening pleasure."
On a saner non-kinky note....
Revo suited me better as a daily runner which could also serve me during weekend for outdoor excursions outside city and also cross-country tours once or twice a year. Since I wanted to acquire a brand new model vehicle and fortuner was out of my budget and also the fact that I have only a 3 and 7 yr old to accommodate in the back (i.e. when they're not using their own dedicated hatchback) my decision leaned towards the Revo.
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