Shopping Tip: Choosing A Tow Vehicle

With so many choices, which is better?

Picking out the right tow vehicle - especially one that's agreeable as a standalone driver, too - can be a very difficult decision. Most dealers wouldn't allow you to actually hook up your trailer and actually test it out. Much of what you have to go by has to depend on the vehicle's specs, its towing capacity, and your on-road impressions. But even once you think you've chosen a model, there are likely a lot of choices to be made about the engine and transmission, the suspension, comfort and luxury features, and whether you want two- or four-wheel drove. Here's some background information, and a brief rundown of some of these important choices:

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