Over the holiday weekend we went for frozen yogurt in my fathers new toy Tundra crewcab and even with the nice leather I knew right off I would hate to be back there for a several hour long drive. I can't imagine the Tacoma is any better in this regard.
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Is this a trick question?
Pilot EX-L 4WD is leasing for $359 a month right now and is rated for 4500 pounds. 20 mpg combined and takes regular.
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example: there's a decent looking f-150 up for sale down the street from me for $1500. could easily get down close to $1000 i think. great. but then insurance is gonna be another $1000/year, pretty much regardless of wether i just put theft coverage or full coverage on it. then i've gotta put it somewhere. i live in the city. my driveway is already pretty full. and then it's ANOTHER car to maintain....yeah, i know trucks are usually pretty good in that respect but still, it's there, it's gonna break at some point.... l
all of this so i can tow ~4, 5 times a summer??? how does that make sense?
i really don't see how it's hard to get all the requirements into one car. as has already been mentioned, they exist, just not here.
that is why i think they have missed the boat.
GolfVI, if you like the Equinox a lot, why not just keep it? Its a pretty good fit for your requirements -- not the best FE, but not a huge difference. If its a lease, what about trying the new Terrain Denali with 3.6L that's coming this summer? Down a smidge in MPG (probably 1 mpg), but a fantastic motor in the applications I've driven it. Maybe a bit higher tow rating too.
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