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You want the Acadia or a TJ Wrangler (or other Jeep) then...
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Or a newer (2014+ for sure. Maybe 2010+, too) F150. Put it in neutral and turn the 4wd knob 5 times. No fuses to pull, no speed or distance limitations.
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If its an older Escape in a Northern State that uses salt on the roads in the Winter, the frame rots out.
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The Motorhome dingy guide only references Honda CRV's and Fits(which I don't want) as flat towable. Doesn't mention Ridgelines or another model.
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I've pulled a Pilot (as have others here) and I've heard of people pulling Odysseys. My 2009 Odyssey says in the owner's manual that it can be flat towed with the usual Honda pre-tow procedure. Limits are 35 mph/80 miles but I've heard that the more normal 65 mph/8 hours can be used safely.
Of course, the manual also says, "Your vehicle is not designed to be towed behind a motorhome."
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I wound up buying 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland. I had a very good conversation with a local fellow (who winters in Yuma) who had towed a 2wd Escape for years, without any problems. He followed the indtructions by running in the mornings etc. and never had a problem. But, ... it wasn't 4x4 or AWD. After all my investigating, I just couldn't take a chance on burning up a tranny and spending 5 grand on a new one. So I caved and just happened to find the above Jeep. Which is scheduled to get the baseplate, lighting kit, and brake system installed next week. Thanks for all the input, I appreciate it.
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