With apologies to ADV:
Could we discuss touring cars here?
Seems within scope:
I think overland travel, if I can define it, is vehicle-based adventure travel. It doesn’t need to include 4×4 off-roading, nor camping. Overlanding means you’re...
Just rented a Platinum F-150 and still bothered by the style/fit/finish. Just really off-putting.
Maybe shouldn't weigh so heavily, but I have the like the thing.
If it doesn't work out, I'll replace with the next generation 4Runner or Land Cruiser in a couple years.
That's a good question, but (fairly or not) I'm probably only interested in Japanese makes.
Looking to get into something pretty soon, I cannot wait for the refreshed Tacoma, 4Runner, or Land Cruiser (the latter two more than I need, anyway).
Just looking to be convinced either that I'll miss...
Living in Austin, TX, I've many highway miles to get to the gravel roads out West I hope to explore.
I'll likely be traveling by myself and hoteling it most nights, so little need for much cargo capacity.
The CX-5 is pretty entertaining on-road (250hp and 310tq, well-suspended), but quite...
I did run across a post by someone who said he'd attended the Porsche Experience Center and one of the instructors shared that he believed the Macan had more off-road potential than the Cayenne, for whatever that's worth.
With air suspension it has 9.1" of clearance, plus...
With AWD, air suspension, locking rear differential, and A/T tires, how limited would I be out West?
I've followed the Cayenne thread for some time but while I like the offered Off-Road Package (rock rails and skid plates), I prefer the Macan's size and transmission.