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What vehicle do you advise for heavy duty towing?

I need to use an automatic for towing. Do you have any advice on what vehicle to buy?

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An automatic provides lots of benefits for towing, with reduced wear on the clutch for hill starts and start/stop traffic. That said, autos are not as reliable as manual gearboxes and overheating can be a problem for those that do heavy duty work. With this in mind, I’d recommend the SsangYong Musso pick-up. It’s one of the cheapest double cab pick-ups you can buy and it has a huge towing capacity. It is also backed up a comprehensive five-year unlimited mileage warranty. For our full review of the SsangYong Musso, see: vans.honestjohn.co.uk/van-reviews/ssangyong/musso-.../
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