My wife drives an ‘18 Touring awd with the premium package or preferred package or whatever it’s called. Compared to the Grand Touring it swaps out real leather for leatherette, loses some of the leather(ette?) trim on the lower dash/console, the HUD, the driver’s seat memory, and power passenger seat.
People do buy vehicles based on looks. The F-150 and Ram look very nice. The Silverado looks horrible.
My LKAS keeps the car in the lane without having to touch the wheel... And if I stick an orange in the wheel I can fall asleep for miles! /s
Thanks for the input I’ll take that one off my future list. I hate noises and rattles it would really bother me.
Evora 400 please.
Maybe you can get one of these in the right size for what you need. The thought of smacking a spoke would terrify me.
Lazy garage faeries.
Ford... doesn’t make the Demon....
Ooh, the menu at Fork looks good
Honestly, this isn’t an age related thing.
Also, would you buy one of these over a V-6 Chevy Colorado? That’s the closest real competitor. (The Tacoma still doesn’t have the towing capacity to pull an enclosed race trailer with car in it.)
Wait... that would mean you!
Trucks are the internet porn of vehicles. People are like “Nah, I don’t need that” and then open their browser at 2am and go to the RAM configurator.
Nah, I only got my first insurance job because the other dude didn't show. Flakes clog the system and give possibly less qualified, but overall better employees a chance
Nice time of year to kick back and enjoy.
Yes! 350 lbs on the tongue puts the Morgan CG 113" from the tongue, which in turn puts the backed-in Morgan’s front axle 12" behind the trailer axle.
I was afraid the math was going to be worse with it in backwards, and I think you’re close enough to try either way and see how the truck does. More weight on the tongue will basically never hurt from the standpoint of trailer stability, but you can certainly put more weight on the back of the truck than it can handle…
Practically speaking, I can’t add to what has been said: Make sure it’s level(ish), a little more on the tongue is better than a little less. If it sways, do not slam on the brakes, although if you have electric trailer brakes, you can ease into them alone to straighten it out.
Then with a CX-9 as the tow vehicle, I’m going with 350lbs. Not for any scientific reason (beyond what you’ve done, that is), just gut feeling. That’s my two cents.