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Old 06-09-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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Not gonna lie. Most of those cars don't look that fun to drive. It more looks like they are factoring cargo and towing as they will be used to go places fun, but won't be fun in itself. I was expecting a bunch of convertibles like a mustang camaro, mini, Porsche 911 turbo, and the jeep. I was very caught off guard by the Volvo and the outback
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Only 2 vehicles for summer fun, JEEP and truck that can tow a big boat or RV. The others are just blah... and a minivan? Are you freaking kidding me. The memory of a minivan in the summer is more like a nightmare then anything fun.
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I'm sorry but what in the H E Double Hockey Sticks does this glamping thing have to do with actual camping. That concept is a mockery of camping. I blame the Kardashians and Hilton types for this.

If anything i would want a wrangler for camping. It doubles as a mobile tent, it can get you to the most remote campsites, and put a roof rack on it for all your gear. Camping made easy, Done!

It may not tow a boat, but a couple kayaks or canoes will easily strap to that roof rack.

Rover's are nice, but I could buy a base model JKU and mod the crap out of it for that price. Heck, even a rubicon with some nice mods would be cheaper. And i wouldnt be scared to scratch it going through brush and stuff.
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