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Idea's for a new car?

Im at the point the acura is about to hit 70k and I dont like keeping cars past that mark really. So its time to trade in or sell. I wanna get a car/truck that i can tow in, mainly for the bikes to the track so nothing to big. But im drawing a blank when it comes to vehicles. Maybe some pro's cons to anybody who owns one to. Im not in any big hurry to buy seeing as my car will last for a long time but its never to early to start looking.

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*acura MDX (06 or newer)
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or a car that can tow about 1000lbs...just not sure where i can get one with a hitch and keep a warranty because im sure itll reek hell on any trans.

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Before deciding exact models, I'd decide if I wanted a car or SUV first. Hard to compare a MDX to a TL.

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Why Saab 9-7? It's a same thing as trailblazer just more expensive. Think how much $ you wanna fork out for gas each week before deciding on SUV. 1000lb is not much to tow and most cars should be able to handle it, unless you'll be towing every day. Even my Saab 9-3 is rated for over 1000lb.

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I was researching the saab and the 5.3 is out. I wont do a v8. See its not a full suv, thats the thing. Its the halfway thing. Most have the same engine as a car just with a bigger body. (btw the gas mileage is on the 06's)

Gas mileage on the mdx is 15mpg city and 21 highway.

As compared to the TL which is 18 city and 26 highway.

even the murano is 18 city and 23 highway

So gas mileage is basically the same with all of em. Plus in the summer i always ride the bike for 90% of my travel. I had times i didnt drive my car for a month at a time.

see thats the problem is i asked the acura dealsrship and they said that putting a hitch on the TL would most likely void the warranty since its not rated for any towing...bleh, this is why im glad im shopping now because there are alot fo factors.

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You need to think about a beater. I have a 98 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.9 that has been paid off for a few years now. Sure it gets 14 MPG, but I dont drive it daily anymore. Its to good of a vehicle to get rid of it. Whenever I need to tow something its ready and waiting. You could pick up an older suv like a Jeep Cherokee or Ford Explorer for $1500 and solve all your towing, track day, camping trip, dog park, whatever problems and still have a nice new daily driver you dont have to abuse.
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I was researching the saab and the 5.3 is out. I wont do a v8. See its not a full suv, thats the thing. Its the halfway thing. Most have the same engine as a car just with a bigger body. (btw the gas mileage is on the 06's)

Gas mileage on the mdx is 15mpg city and 21 highway.

As compared to the TL which is 18 city and 26 highway.

even the murano is 18 city and 23 highway

So gas mileage is basically the same with all of em. Plus in the summer i always ride the bike for 90% of my travel. I had times i didnt drive my car for a month at a time.

see thats the problem is i asked the acura dealsrship and they said that putting a hitch on the TL would most likely void the warranty since its not rated for any towing...bleh, this is why im glad im shopping now because there are alot fo factors.
They're full of shit or just stupid. Installing a hitch will not void your warranty as a matter of Federal law.

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eh ive had beaters in the past and i dont want another headache. d rather have 1 vehicle for multpurpose. Plus i already have 2 cars, the last thing i need is 3 taking up more space.

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They're full of shit or just stupid. Installing a hitch will not void your warranty as a matter of Federal law.
Really? I didn't know that was a Federal law.



I do think the dealership is feeding you some about the TL towing, though. See if you can take a peek a the owner's manual. In the back it'll have the tow rating. My '98 Nissan Sentra had a tow rating of 1000lbs, so I'm sure that a rebadged Honda would as well.

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I have a Murano and it has been a solid car. It is rated to tow 3,500lbs but I think that would be pushing it. It rides like a car and gets 19mpg in everyday life. Most of my driving is city driving. It is a good mix of car/suv.
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I'll tell you what I tell everyone else, Toyota 4Runner FTW. Tow rating of 5000 lbs.

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I have a Murano and it has been a solid car. It is rated to tow 3,500lbs but I think that would be pushing it. It rides like a car and gets 19mpg in everyday life. Most of my driving is city driving. It is a good mix of car/suv.
Yea i use to sell nissans and i had one as a demo for a while. They really are nice because they are a mix in between the 2. Thats why i wouldnt mind getting one.

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I do think the dealership is feeding you some about the TL towing, though. See if you can take a peek a the owner's manual. In the back it'll have the tow rating. My '98 Nissan Sentra had a tow rating of 1000lbs, so I'm sure that a rebadged Honda would as well.
Me either? Ill have to go back there and talk to the salesguys agan because I never had that issue when i sold cars or really had the question ever come up. Ill have to check the book on the TL then. Because When it comes to cars that is the car of choice.

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bah, Tundra FTMFW. No need for a trailer, 4wd for when the weather turns to crap, and if a trailer is desired it can tow just about any of them without breaking a sweat.

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Me either? Ill have to go back there and talk to the salesguys agan because I never had that issue when i sold cars or really had the question ever come up. Ill have to check the book on the TL then. Because When it comes to cars that is the car of choice.
Basically, it's how the Magnusson-Moss act operates in the real world. If a mfr. or dealer says they won't honor the warranty, they have to prove that whatever you did actually caused the specific breakage at issue. They can't do that by just pointing to the presence of a tow hitch in any case, and even if they had evidence you towed a light trailer and bike they would have an extremely difficult time proving that caused any failure. Especially when the TL is rated to tow 1000lbs, according to this.

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H3 Ftw.
Have you ever driven one of those things?? I did a couple of months ago, a friend rented one and let me drive it.

I didn't like it one bit. The M1A1 Abrams I drove had better visibility with the hatch closed than the H3. Its also very clunky to drive and plasticy feeling inside. I didn't like it much at all.


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AH HA!! I was right. Good find Rob. :righton

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Why do you need a car to tow the bike?



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I forgot.......


Those curbs jump in front of your bike all the time

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .

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