I drive an 08 chevy cobalt for turkey hunting trips! I call it the mossy oak mudslinger! I also have a 2012 dodge ram quad 1500 4x4 and an 08 ford f250 4x4, The cobalt gets 34mpg compared to 11mpg with the trucks so it gets driven most of the time. Only a real man can tie an elk to the top of a cobalt!
Just picked up a 15' ford f-250 gasser crew. Last 3 trucks have been fords not a problem with any, other than my 6.0L powerstroke and who did have problems with that truck
Mostly my 2000 Nissan Frontier PU 306,000 miles and going strong. I love that little truck, it's been in every western state hunting with me. I just picked up an 89 Chevy 3/4 a little over a year ago. Mostly for wood hauling, but it's been to MT, UT and WY already. No real problems with it so far, but it only has 115,000.( It sat in a barn for quite a few years). I'd definitely opt for my Nissan if I'm going solo(not too good if you need a quad or horses though) I only pull a little utility trailer with it if necessary.
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My 99 Gmc with a 4" lift gets me everywhere I need to go, I have never had problems with it, I mainly use it for going fishing and hunting that's about all it gets used for.
2007 F-150, but after my 2000 Explorer kicks the can I am seriously thinking about a Subaru Outback, aka Lezbaru!
I can't say.......... as I sold both my diesel trucks two years ago.
Mine is a 07 Tundra, stock and will most likely stay like that since I have almost 113K on the clock. No problems at all and gets me where I want to go hu. If we get in some rough country, then we break out my dad's 72 Ford F250. That thing's a billy goat as it has almost 400K on the clock, 2nd motor, original trans, diffs but the transfer case has been gone through a few times. It has even been flipped on its side on an out of state hunt and when the tow truck got it back on it's wheels, dad got in and drove off.