Have driven on different vacations R/T East - West, North - South. Each time the grandkids were present and traveled comfortably. A good feature is that on "Antiqueing" trips, I can purchase an item and not have to worry about the cost of freighting the items. Recently, I test drove a Tahoe, Yukon, and and an Expedition because I needed a set of step sides/running boards. Afterwards, I decided to keep my GMC truck and buy the accessories.
The favorite features are the ease in driving, visual handling, and the towing for standard driving and on the interstate and metro driving. Also the utility items: cup holders, storage compartments, and overhead storage space are very convenient.
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