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Old 09-07-2017, 11:19 AM   #29
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Thanks for the suggests everyone

I feel like I've almost got enough puzzle pieces to put together a whole picture now.

I'm also starting to eye other options for towing like the Honda Pilot or Toyota Highlander... Hopefully Subaru will counter well with the new Ascent before I have to change my identity. I used to own a Subaru and loved it more than anything. I didn't think it would ever be possible to get it out of my system.
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Old 09-07-2017, 12:49 PM   #30
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Thanks for the suggests everyone

I feel like I've almost got enough puzzle pieces to put together a whole picture now.

I'm also starting to eye other options for towing like the Honda Pilot or Toyota Highlander... Hopefully Subaru will counter well with the new Ascent before I have to change my identity. I used to own a Subaru and loved it more than anything. I didn't think it would ever be possible to get it out of my system.
I used to have a thing for air-cooled Volkswagens.

But, I got over it!

Anymore, it seems I buy vehicles, not brands. Features, opportunity, price, different needs, it can take you all over the map. Most recently, my planned Audi Q7 became a Jeep Grand Cherokee. It's complicated.
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Old 09-07-2017, 02:22 PM   #31
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I have been happily towing my 13' Burro with a 2014 manual 4 cylinder Outback. There are never more than two adults, mostly just me and stuff for one person. I would not want to have an actual trailer bathroom in this mix because

(a) the trailer is already small and making the living space smaller is not appealing - we use campground bathrooms when available and the weeds when camping off grid and it's all good.
(b) the trailer is small! bathrooms can get stinky, and stinky in a small space...no thanks.
(c) it's weight I don't want to add to the car's load.
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