It's not really an SUV, it's more of crossover. So basically a tall car with a 4WD option. I bought it because I wanted a mid sized runabout with decent mpg and I like the extra interior space (and elevated driving position) that comes with the style. My excuse is that when the weather gets bad I have a 500bhp SUV with winter tyres ;-)Tell said:You could wonder why one would buy an SUV that pretends to be a 4WD when it isn't but that's what people do. My excuse is I will be moving to a rural area and don't want to get stuck in snow.
Is that man measurement of 8"Tell said:It saves me backache however you define it . Went threw a ford today, probably 8" didn't stop to check depth but triggered off the proximity sensors. The ford sneaked up on a single track roads round a bend over a diversion through road works. OK we'll do it. Thought, right, got the right vehicle, 4WD.