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Old 06-24-2013, 08:48 AM   #15
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unless you really must have 4 wd and dont mind shifting gears there are many smaller cars that can be towed 4 down i just purchased a 2010 Toyota Corolla and it tows great and gets close to 40 mpg rides decent too less than 6k
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Several Dodge Dakota 4x4's are towable. The problem is finding one.

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Look at the towing guides (links previously post in this forum) for the year(s) you are interested in. It will have every car that can be towed four down and whether it is 4x4 or not.

Choose one - go try and find one and test drive.

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Old 06-26-2013, 12:02 PM   #18
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Really want an automatic truck. Only reason I want 4wd is so we can put transfer case in N.

Been looking at and checking the weight on these SUV's

Ford Explorer Sport 2dr. 4x4 3600lbs
S-10 Blazer / GMC Jimmy 4dr. 4x4 3700lbs
Mazda Tribute 4x4 4dr. 3400lbs
Jeep Wrangler 4x4 w/soft top 3200lbs
Honda CR-V 4x4 3200lbs
Jeep Liberty 4x4 4100lbs
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