Eh, probably just because the body of the car being shaped the way it is creates a nice drafting effect behind it. Just be sure you always hitch the trailer up right or it might be slingshot engaged and pass you on the freeway
This should be stamped on every hitch.
Agreed. It absolutely should be.
Were getting screwed down here as well. $3.15 a litre of diesel. Might have to buy me a bicycle.
Loving my petrol at the moment. Paying RUCs on top of high diesel prices would not be fun
Solemn promise to wife, no more personal cars this year. Business now has go pick up parts do estimates car.
Me likey!..but I think you have to wrap it to make that argument with a straight face, which would be a shame…
Check out the Hino 195, basically a US spec Dyna. Hino is Toyota’s medium duty line in North America.
They do tend to be of a bit greater GVW than the one in your picture.
You’re thinking of the Kia Soul. Easily confused with the xB
A box is a box, right? lol
A rolling toaster is a rolling toaster is a rolling toaster…
@Innocentbystander probably received a phone call, “we’ve got a new Hellcat here with an Udor transmission we’d like you to try out”.
Is that the AWD version?
Yes, drawback is it only has the 3.6, not the big motor.
Surprised the hellcats never came out AWD as an option. Test drove one couple years ago, no traction at any speed. Almost unusable on the street. I’m used to unusable in the HP department but for a factory vehicle it was just silly. Great fun though.