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ROBERT TOPPI

Florida

Reviewed on 2018-01-09

RV reviewed2007 Jeep Liberty Limited 4x4

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2.2
I would highly recommend the 2007 Jeep Liberty as a great flat tow vehicle. My wife and I have towed it behind our class A coach for the past 16 months without issue. It was easily converted to the M&G inline brake system which allowed us to tie directly into our coaches airbrakes to have the jeep work in tandem. Being a 4x4 it gave us offroad capability all over the country. It is a smaller suv so it is easy to tow, to park, and practical enough for on the go cargo needs. Only downside is the 16-19mpg average on our Limited 4x4 model. Positive is thst the Liberty has no tow restrictions ie speed restrictions or required warm up of transmission or fuse removal. Basically put tranfer case in neutral and go.
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1.0
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4.0
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Curtis Richard Romano

Minnesota

Reviewed on 2022-04-05

RV reviewed2004 Jeep Wrangler Sport

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4.2
Very hard to find, well maintained, ARIZONA Jeep TJ with ZERO rust. 4.0L Automatic with only 112,000 easy miles. Runs and drives perfectly. Everything works great. Only issues are a few chips in the paint and drivers exterior door handle sticks a little but easy to fix. Set up to tow behind RV, etc. TOAD, an expensive option and includes Break Buddy. Does not have roof rack pictured as I sold it separately. Interior is in good condition but does not have a back seat. New soft top, tires only have 5000 miles and come with Discount Tire warranty. This one you can't miss!! Lowball offers will be ignored. $18,500 or best reasonable offer. Call or text Curtis 952-270-8363
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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Chuck

Maryland

Reviewed on 2021-01-16

RV reviewed2009 Jeep Wrangler Sport X

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2.6
The Jeep Wrangler is the best vehicle you can buy for a toad. One lever and its in neutral, key switch is configures so no kill switch is need. The hardtop is for safety, yet both front panels lift off in good weather. It is short, you don't even know its back there. We towed one for 2 years behind our class C, then went to a class A. Jeep has been behind both.
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1.0
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5.0
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1.0
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5.0
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Lou Harvey

Texas

Reviewed on 2020-07-12

RV reviewed2013 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited Rubicon

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5.0
Using a Jeep 4 Door Wrangler as a toad pull along offers many advantages to a CLASS A, B, Super-C style Motor Homes. The number 1 reason is it’s tow-ability, at just at 4400 lbs, curb weight with over 1200 lbs of cargo. We used it behind our Super-C and did not ever have an issue. What we liked best is you can head for your evening or weekend pull through site, drop it in seconds and your free to enjoy exploring, a hidden winery or restaurant, or just site seeing. There is plenty of room for family, shopping and friends you meet along the way. We have found off the path fishing spots, the old Pony Express Trail, the back roads to old mines or scouted for a good Boondocking site on BLN or FS land. The roof rack has served as a race day and balloon watching platform, hauled canoes, kayaks during our road trips. One of the greatest adventures is finding remote lakes, river or hot springs to enjoy. It’s a Jeep thing, most SUVs, cars and trucks limit your exploration options, but a Jk can get you there and back and still take you out on the town. This Rubicon has been well taken care of and offers more than looks tagging along behind your rig. It’s the other half of why you headed out on the road to adventures.
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5.0
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Ken Hill

Florida

Reviewed on 2020-01-18

RV reviewed2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport JL

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3.2
We have been RVing since the middle 70s and are now on our twelfth coach. During that time we have always flat tow many and of all kinds cars. Many of them have been 4 wheel drive with a transfer case, or have been rear wheel/front 2 wheel drive without a transfer case. We have had drive shaft disconnects for both rear and front 2 wheel as well as front wheel cars that could be towed without drive shaft disconnects. With out a doubt the best and easiest car to tow is a Jeep Wrangler 4 wheel drive - we have had 3 over the years. It is very easy to set for towing and pulls like a trailer. We are now downsizing to a Sprinter chassis driven and will miss the Jeep very much.
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