Search the Community
Showing results for tags '2wd'.
I have an automatic rear wheel drive Jaguar XF which I use for towing. 18" wheels with 245 45R 18 100Y Goodyear tyres. Awful in the snow despite all the gizmos you can apply to the various drive modes! So much so that I avoid using the car in the snow because in general being retired, I don't need to. However similar issues on camsites with grass/mud and even in these cases when attempting minimal slopes. I have heard on this forum with a post about their use on an SUV and it is confirmed by a local tyre supplier that Michelin Crossclimate are very good. I guess the key factor for improve
Hi. I'm after some advice. I'm about to renew my company car - the list has come out and the choice is limited. One possible is the Kia Sportage 3 - plenty of spec but not much oomph under the bonnet. The choice is limited to the 1. 7 Diesel, putting out 114 bhp and 240 Nm of torque. The brochure says the max braked towing weight is 1400kg. Our van, a Lunar Quasar 525 has a net weight of 1050kg and MTPLM of 1400kg. Is this a bit too close for comfort? Will this model of Kia be up to the job of towing? Or should I go for the Kia Optima Sportwagon which has a max towing ca
Hi all I have decided it might be time to invest in a mover to make pitching in tight spots a little easier. I have a twin axle with an MTPLM of 1900kg's, I don't need pinpoint precision so the question is will a 2wd do the job or should I spend the extra on AWD? Also any recommendations on the make to go for would be welcome? - Thinking Truma at the moment. Thanks Davros