|Same goes for Brazil, they have lots of small, car-based pick-ups. They are still called pick-ups, so why should cars like Holdens and Fords which are also car-based pick-ups get their own category?|
|So if a video game takes place in South Africa, the category we put a Holden Ute in is "Bakkie" because Wikipedia says so?|
Ute is just an australian term for Pickup, but its still a Pickup.
| Speedevil wrote |
That's great for wikipedia.
|According to Wikipedia, they're not the same thing.|
| sajmon14 wrote |
Agreed, they are still pick-ups.
|Utes don't need their separate category. Technically they are pickups anyway|
|If we're gonna make a class for utes, it should be classed by the technical term, Coupe Utility. |
That would allow for a wider range of vehicles to be classed under the same unique classification, not just Holden and Ford utes, El Caminos/Sprints/Caballeros and Rancheros/Durangos, but also models like the Suzuki Mighty Boy, Volkswagen Caddy/Rabbit Pickup, Subaru BRAT, Toyota bB Open Deck, Skoda Felicia Pickup/Fun, Ford Courier, Dacia Logan Pickup, etc.
|And a class for utes.|
|This site should have a Racetruck class.|
|I'm changing origin to Brazil: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_Constellation|
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