I have two Jeeps a new Wrangler and a Grand Cherokee that I flat tow, but I just bought another ride i would love to take along too. I just got a Mustang GT Convertible auto trans that can't be flat towed or I don't want to make it flat towable. It would seem to me in my thoughts that trailer towing it would be a real hassle. I would also like to know about enclosed trailer hauling and how hard it is to get in and out of the car inside the trailer and moving about it to tie it down.
I have a motorcycle I like to take with me also and having it all enclosed would be nice while traveling.
If I had an open trailer with a rock shield in the front how much road spray gets on he vehicles?
Thanks for your feedback.
We test drove one with the older engine before we purchased our last car. Its shadow pulled away from us when we took off, not interested in that at all.
Still working with the dealers today they ran the VIN on it and no recalls.
Im looking at getting a new wrangler unlimited for our new toad and my wifes driver. Are you guys happy with them besides the fuel mileage?
BTW what mileage are you seeing conservative driving?
Im looking at the 3pc hard top on a Sport S loaded nicely.
I have a factory pressure pro system on my bus through Silver Leaf, my system gives me tire temps. As mentioned electronics are always being upgraded this is one reason PP replaces their sensors so you get the latest electronics available so I was told.Pressure Pro is also made in the USA which is good but it does make it more costly.
Bob is a great guy and has a nice company, I had a new 2010 43 Bus before my American Coach.
You might let your friends know that the 08 to at least the 2013 models are having the roofs crack, ceilings sagging along with the wet bay and slide out floors rotting out on them. The wet bay problem was corrected late in 2010 or early 2011. Several Tiffin buyers are finding this out the hard way and not so happy so wanted to let them know before purchasing. As always Bob will take care of it though.