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Old 08-27-2019, 12:15 AM   #921 (permalink)
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I have already seen small cars towing, but none seemingly as small as that Scion...

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Old 09-03-2019, 02:52 PM   #922 (permalink)
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Buy a trailer instead of a house.



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Old 09-03-2019, 03:18 PM   #923 (permalink)
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Where I live it's mostly 5th-wheels, with a paved lane.
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I mean my house is technically a trailer, though I'm changing that in couple months if all goes as planned.
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I've seen this car around town a few times this summer. They're making the most of it!


I'm pretty sure that's a Seadoo trailer.
The jet ski probably has more power than the car does!
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Buy a trailer instead of a house.
Recently while talking to a friend who moved to Europe, I told him maybe it would make more sense to buy a trailer instead of building a house, as it wouldn't require a building permit.
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Old 09-14-2019, 11:01 AM   #928 (permalink)
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Just as a quick comment (I just couldn't read through 900+ replies) I know the OP wasn't about small trucks, but son of a gun they can be efficient and haul stuff too. I post on a Ranger forum and all I hear is "If you're worried about mileage then you should buy a small car." Then they all laugh. When I link to my Garage fuel logs they can't believe I get the mileage I do. It's a shame that when I try and share how I have done it, no one over there seems to care. Their loss. I love my little truck and don't think I could ever switch to a small car and trailer combo.
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Just as a quick comment (I just couldn't read through 900+ replies) I know the OP wasn't about small trucks, but son of a gun they can be efficient and haul stuff too. I post on a Ranger forum and all I hear is "If you're worried about mileage then you should buy a small car." Then they all laugh. When I link to my Garage fuel logs they can't believe I get the mileage I do. It's a shame that when I try and share how I have done it, no one over there seems to care. Their loss. I love my little truck and don't think I could ever switch to a small car and trailer combo.
I have owned three vw caddys, all with the 1.6 litre diesel engines. 2 naturally aspirated ones, consumption was 5L/100km, one with turbo 5.5L/100km.
And this was without hypermiling. So yeah, not all pickups are thirsty
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