Originally Posted by Newseason
Prepping for a couple years of full-timing and imagine there's someone in this vast community that's had a Buick Enclave as a toad. It's a FWD not an AWD.
Any issues with them being 4 down? Is it best to dolly? Or should we sell & get something else?
Thanks in advance!
I am currently towing a 2017 4 down and pulled a 2010 4 down before. It is my understanding that the 2017 was the last year that you could do that because of a transmission change. I would go look at a new one's owner's manual to see if that is still true.
The only issue is that you have to pretty much pull off the front fascia to install the base plate. Then on mine three fuses have to be dealt with by two Blue Ox bypass switches. Main battery under hood and ECM and Onstar on back of the center console.