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Is Overlanding's Popularity Wrecking or Saving Our Trails?

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Overlanding is one of the fastest growing trends in the entire car world. WIth the popularity of the outdoors exploding, more people than ever are taking their SUVs out on the trail and camping! But with so many people out on the trail, that has government officials, environmentalists, and other overlanders asking the same thing: Is this good for our trails? Today we’re looking into the positives and negatives of the trendy hobby.
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  1. R M

    R M

    23 klukkustundum síðan

    Been into 4x4s for 20 years and you guys hit the nail in the head. Overlanding is fun, it makes the roughing part more posh for people. If people want to get their mall crawlers dirty with their "overlanding gear" on, they need to check out their local 4x4 park. There tons of these parks where trails are easy to moderate and made for doing just that.

  2. Justice Clum

    Justice Clum

    Degi Síðan síðan

    Live the video! You guys are awesome! True car guys!

  3. joshua dine

    joshua dine

    Degi Síðan síðan

    Love my Crosstrek. 2020 manual premium

  4. Multigamer3360


    2 dögum síðan

    My Grandpa, who is in his 70s, goes overlanding with a group in his old suzuki samurai that he modified to run on propane. It's super sick but you can't license a propane car in California sadly so as he is looking for a new car, it is super hard to sell.

  5. Driver Jay

    Driver Jay

    2 dögum síðan

    Really guys, I feel like the Uncle you really need but I or you need 😩 he told you people can take there 2WD's on an Overlanding Adventure, and you show a pic of a Stang 🤦🏾‍♂️ Are you gonna pay for the loss of value on a sports coupes cause people on your advice, decided to take there low ride hight sporty coupes off road 🤷🏾‍♂️

  6. Driver Jay

    Driver Jay

    2 dögum síðan

    I of coarse have no knowledge of how many of your audience feels this way, or if you've lost some of your audience because of this ! I am considering dropping you guys despite how much I like y'all, do to the commercial lock in. I paid for premium, and your lock in's take the point of paying for premium away, and there so damn long. If they were 15secs, I like you guys so much, maybe they would be tolerable despite my feelin of being exploited, even disrespected.

  7. Kevin Yozviak

    Kevin Yozviak

    3 dögum síðan

    Go camping and over landing because you want to. Not because you want to show friends and strangers on social media. It’s imaginary internet points and has no meaning, stop it and have fun and camp like humans have for years and don’t be a jerk.

  8. cdsmock


    6 dögum síðan

    "Overlanding." A word that now screams "I want to go camping, but I need somebody to teach me how to drive off road."

  9. Melchor Vincent Agot

    Melchor Vincent Agot

    8 dögum síðan

    Overlanding would be really cool in the Philippines where I live. As well as the entire ASEAN. We have a lot of SUV's and pickups roaming around streets and passing on highways (oftentimes quickly). Those Hiluxes and Fortuners as well as many others could get some proper use. SUV's and pickups suck if they are only being used as pavement princesses.

  10. Fun Haver_117

    Fun Haver_117

    9 dögum síðan

    It's terrible. Especially with all of you Cali-snobs migrating to Colorado and destroying the state.

  11. Howard Gilson

    Howard Gilson

    9 dögum síðan

    No crosstrek, bit a got a forester and love it. I haven't put much into it and it's suspension is completely stock, and it's surprised me what I can put it through.

  12. Gordon Marshall

    Gordon Marshall

    10 dögum síðan

    I feel like this got started with burning man getting people out in the desert. The trails are used more, and I can't get away from squids anywhere.

  13. Mystxry


    11 dögum síðan

    Covid is the biggest reason imo, RV's are getting super popular as well

  14. Ozark Martin

    Ozark Martin

    13 dögum síðan

    If you haven't bought one yet, I have a sermon on my love for Crosstreks. I leased a 2020 last year and fell in love. Thing got totalled almost 1 year ago (with under 5k miles on it) and I bought a Ram 2500 Cummins. Yesterday I ordered a 2021 Crosstrek because I miss it and love it so much. For those who care it is a glorious and rare 6 speed M/T.

  15. Robert P Cole

    Robert P Cole

    15 dögum síðan

    "....even Crossovers" *shows new Bronco. Hmmm. Does that make the 2 door Wrangler a crossover? Shots fired

  16. ryan Lost_broken_arro

    ryan Lost_broken_arro

    15 dögum síðan

    So overlanding is pointless. Why buy an offroad vehicle if you cant take them off of the roads

  17. Dirk Hanekom

    Dirk Hanekom

    15 dögum síðan

    Overlanding exploding all over the world, meanwhile here in South Africa we've been doing this for forever, we just call it vacation😂

  18. F5xToRefresh


    16 dögum síðan

    The entire point of going out into nature is to get away from drooling morons more concerned with social media than living an actually fulfilling life. Now they’re gonna be everywhere.

  19. sprite the husky

    sprite the husky

    16 dögum síðan

    sad land rover noises

  20. Stich


    17 dögum síðan

    You explained overlanding wrong, overlanders spend lots of money to flaunt pics on insta, while ruining offroading and camping for everyone else.

  21. Connor Hobbs

    Connor Hobbs

    17 dögum síðan

    Love my 2nd gen 4Runner. Picked it up for $1200 and immediately took it camping, has never let me down. The only problem is now I must have all the mods

    • rhett giepert

      rhett giepert

      17 dögum síðan

      i have a 91 i want to take camping in some national parks, its behind on some preventive maintenance though.

  22. Gage Moyer

    Gage Moyer

    17 dögum síðan

    Nolan, I had a 2017 Subaru Crosstrek with a 5 speed manual Transmission. I owned it for 2.5 years. The first year, I loved it, but...I cannot recommend one (at least not a 1st gen). The more I drove it and attempted to camp in it, the more it dawned on me that the car was seriously flawed. It was horribly underpowered with the 2.0 flat four, the layout of the cockpit was not well thought out for the end-user, and the price of them is much too high for what you get (even used). My BASE MODEL with a manual trans was 20,500 USD in 2017 before tax and the used ones I looked at were barely 1000-1500 bucks less. I Sold the car March of 2020 and I got 15,500 for it, so Resale is good (It is a subaru after all). More details: I studied Human Factors in college and the Crosstrek is NOT designed for larger humans or humans of any size in some ways... I'm 6 ft 2 and The layout of the cockpit made the only 2 cupholders in the whole car unusable due to their location behind the gear shifter. That might seem like nitpicking...but there was much more and I paid a cool 23k for this car(one of my Graduate projects was on how poorly designed this car was). In terms of the back- I camped in it a handful of times and it was NOT comfortable. There was plenty of storage for gear with the seats down, but without serious modifications, the back hatch area is no bueno for sleeping or hanging out in. The 2nd gens (2018+) might be much better, I can't speak to that. I do suggest you sit in one and climb in the back before buying one. I personally suggest getting an older Outback or Forester instead (If you are stuck on Subaru) as they are much roomier inside and have a much more powerful engine in them. Like I said, I gave a half hour seminar on how poorly designed this car was from a Human Factors perspective. Drop me a line if you want me to share the presentation with you; I'd love to present it to the Donut media team!

  23. Jaime Bernardo VG

    Jaime Bernardo VG

    18 dögum síðan

    Please. Do an episode on Subaru's crosstrek (XV). I believe it is a super balanced vehicle and I wanna know more

  24. Bob Janssen

    Bob Janssen

    18 dögum síðan

    I just started overlanding a few years ago, but i also got my license and car a few years ago. Got a 91 jeep cherokee, been all over cali and nevada with it, and places that used to empty are now jam packed with people, trash, and noise Edit: still love it, just striving for new places

  25. Jim O

    Jim O

    18 dögum síðan

    Forget the subaru... that cvt... Just get yourself a Nice Tacoma.

  26. Vinny Ivanov

    Vinny Ivanov

    19 dögum síðan

    DO NOT GET THE CROSSTREK!! I work in automotive repair shop and they are the worse subaru has ever made. If you only want a Subaru then stay away from CVT transmission at all cost. Otherwise you will have good luck with japanese cars, mainly toyotas

  27. Joel Coley

    Joel Coley

    20 dögum síðan

    The mod squad moved from van life to over landing. Thank God they have the attention span of a gnat, and will move on to the next 'latest and greatest' fad soon enough.

  28. Jolly Joe

    Jolly Joe

    20 dögum síðan

    I agreed with all of this.. except the complaints about parking in grass and leave tire tracks in dirt. Don’t park in the damn road and dirt moves.

  29. Anthony Fennell

    Anthony Fennell

    20 dögum síðan

    Anybody see tj hunt getting an overland setup on a G WAGON 4X4 SQUARED

  30. brandon collins

    brandon collins

    20 dögum síðan

    Join the subaru gang!!!! They are amazing for overlanding and are alit more capable than you would think

  31. Tony Zset

    Tony Zset

    20 dögum síðan

    Toyota only

  32. Spectacular Spaghetti

    Spectacular Spaghetti

    22 dögum síðan

    Cant believe i just heard of this now! Instantly thought how eco-friendly overlanding could be with electric veichles, self-produced energy, and of course no littering!

  33. Molly Berg

    Molly Berg

    23 dögum síðan

    there are 2,908 comments ahead of mine, but what you're looking for is a vehicle with the minimum interior space (with seats down) of an Outback. you don't need a pop up tent, you can just sleep in the back. it's amazing.

  34. Stephani McKillop

    Stephani McKillop

    24 dögum síðan

    Love my crosstrek nolan! lifted on bigger tires!

  35. Brew-Master Jack

    Brew-Master Jack

    24 dögum síðan

    I’m planning on turning my moms old Jeep Liberty into an over landing rig

  36. Tails


    24 dögum síðan

    That one overlanding website that basically said don't throw batteries out... How do you not know that?

  37. adrenaholic1


    25 dögum síðan

    The only thing ruining our trails are sxs's

  38. Kieran Joseph

    Kieran Joseph

    25 dögum síðan

    Brooo Crosstreks are the best. I have a 14 I LOVE it. Great on gas, can go anywhere, can load anything, and it’s stock. A twin size air mattress fits perfect in the back when the seats are folded down

  39. Josiah T

    Josiah T

    26 dögum síðan

    another sub section of overlanding that has exploded over the years are adventure bikes. the are the real overlanders with a low footprint

  40. GameRecordChillout


    26 dögum síðan

    But if you take a long Ford and put it on off-road wheels😳.0:41

  41. Simba TheGreat

    Simba TheGreat

    27 dögum síðan

    I inherited my grandpa's Trailblazer and it's taking everything in me to not lift it, buy a brush guard, roof lights and taillight guards.

  42. Bryan Bowen

    Bryan Bowen

    27 dögum síðan

    Nolan, I have a 2018 Crosstrek I bought used. 6spd manual. I'm averaging 28 MPG...it has a very short first gear, good clearance and can maintain highway speeds with ease. My ex's RAV 4 is a bit more comfy...and easier to work on , but I like the flat 4.

  43. Jacob Horton

    Jacob Horton

    27 dögum síðan

    Dude YES get a crosstrek! Its small, but I love taking it camping, ive slept out of it, on top of it, next to it. Forded rivers in it, you cant get the thing stuck! The AWD is closer to 4 wheel drive than the AWD from 10 years ago with its viscous limited slip diff. Oh also would you tell James ive found his adopted father. Matts offroad recovery is his father, like 99% sure

  44. Phil Proulx

    Phil Proulx

    28 dögum síðan

    I love my crosstrek. I've lived out of it on road trips. Get one

  45. Ivan Jimenez

    Ivan Jimenez

    28 dögum síðan

    Sucks we live in the U.S.S.A. and don’t live in a free country

  46. Jarrett Thompson

    Jarrett Thompson

    28 dögum síðan

    Get a Crosstrek

  47. Alec Villanueva

    Alec Villanueva

    28 dögum síðan

    Totally agree with this video. Seems like many trails in my area have gotten worse as a result of the recent overlanding craze. I’ve seen it first hand. Increased vehicle traffic is has contributed to increased erosion and ruts in existing trails making them more difficult to drive. Vegetation damage. More trash. Fewer nice spots to enjoy the outdoors without crowds. Also not to mention all the inexperienced out there making mistakes and getting stuck. Disclaimer: I do not overland but often drive forest service roads for work or sometimes to reach a nice fishing spot.

  48. Damezca


    28 dögum síðan

    Best way to explore is by dual-sport motorcycle, bicycle or on foot. By all means, use your car to go the national park but when over there, just walk or cycle! It's way more fun and will reduced your chances of spreading the image of fat 'Muricans. Plus you'll even be able to hear the sound of your famous Eagle, thing you wouldn't not be able to do in your SUV with A/C turned on.



    29 dögum síðan

    @ 7:59 "POP POP UP AND DOWN TRUCK TENTS" - Random Stuff Garage, 2021

  50. Tyler Daily

    Tyler Daily

    29 dögum síðan

    Throw Trash Catch Hands #SonsOfSmokey

  51. MrTruggyBoy2.0


    29 dögum síðan

    For Nolan, I have a 2015 Crosstrek with the 5-Speed set up for some light off roading and I love it. Would recommend to anyone that is looking for a great option as well as great economy in the city.

  52. CrayZcarts


    Mánuði síðan

    In other words, "City people" are the problem

  53. Maxwell McComb

    Maxwell McComb

    Mánuði síðan

    Been overlanding in a lifted 08 Subie Outback for the last 3 years, 243k miles going strong💪

  54. Delta Philip

    Delta Philip

    Mánuði síðan

    After the great reset, National Parks are going to be closed: Our national parks will be used to pay off our national debt.

  55. Jackson Riley

    Jackson Riley

    Mánuði síðan

    oh dude the Crosstrek even with just a few power bolt-ons is wonderful

  56. Emmanuel Puentes

    Emmanuel Puentes

    Mánuði síðan

    Ima take my brz to climb rocks

  57. Nuclear Facility

    Nuclear Facility

    Mánuði síðan

    Leave the campsite cleaner than you found it folks. There will always be someone who leaves their trash, be the good guy and pick it up.

  58. Phetogo Kgathi

    Phetogo Kgathi

    Mánuði síðan

    Here in Botswana over landing is our lifestyle.

  59. Thomas Carter

    Thomas Carter

    Mánuði síðan

    Don't medowstomp if you go out you ruin it for those of us that go out to take the more challenging trails with our $$$$$$$$$$$$ into expensive purpose built rigs. Have fun but stay on the trails people.

  60. JanTube


    Mánuði síðan

    This looks like a purely US-American trend. We don't have that here. We have "camping" but we don't have "overlanding". And yes, it looks like they only do it for the likes.

  61. Kenny Jeong

    Kenny Jeong

    Mánuði síðan

    I have a 2014 Crosstrek. The CVT can be frustrating at times. My remedy for the "lack of power" is using the paddle shifters to downshift. The engine is totally adequate when used with a manual transmission or paddle shifting override. Not much into camping but I do take it to the trailhead for hiking/biking. Also a pretty nice ride for a day trip into the mountains. Taken mine to Lake Tahoe and Yosemite already.

  62. Angl0sax0nknight


    Mánuði síðan

    I’m an avid off-roader but what I hate is people don’t pick up after themselves! Pack out what you bring in....

  63. Ben Wilson

    Ben Wilson

    Mánuði síðan

    Overlanding is just clout grabbing while leaving a trail of trash behind.

  64. Gary Grinkevich

    Gary Grinkevich

    Mánuði síðan

    When the bro caravans hit the woods with their 5th wheels tossing empties and dirty diapers all over the wilderness. save the earth stop a birth folks.

  65. Corey Blanco

    Corey Blanco

    Mánuði síðan

    The crosstrek is a great safe car but it’s only if you wanna do easy trails to get to perform as well as an older yota truck or suv though is very expensive

  66. Jason S

    Jason S

    Mánuði síðan

    Crosstrek meh

  67. Yoshi Tadda

    Yoshi Tadda

    Mánuði síðan

    I used to work for subaru and when I needed to go on a parts run or just go get food I would take a company crosstrek sport. I think the crosstrek is actually one of the best vehicles in their lineup. It's a pretty spacious ride for the size of the car with plenty of room to haul people, pets, or just trip essentials. The ride height is a great too, at a goldilocks level of not too high and not too low. You'll clear small to mid-sized rocks, especially with a lift kit, but you don't have to worry about not seeing the road in front of you. I loved the sporty feeling of it as well, even though it's not a fast car by any means, it makes you feel like it's a racecar. If you're in the market for one I'd say go for it, but you might wanna buy it new since subaru owners tend to trash their interiors haha

  68. Ricardo roams

    Ricardo roams

    Mánuði síðan

    I'm 70 years old. Back in the late 50's, my parents started taking us kids camping to National Parks like Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and Yosemite. We camped in a tent, as did most people in those days. There were no palatial motorhomes, no 5th wheel monstrosities being pulled by behemoth, gas guzzling pick-up trucks. As a result, we'd pull the family station wagon into a Park like Yosemite, pay our fee, pick out a campsite, pitch our tent and lay out our sleeping bags. It was a unique wilderness experience that we simply could not get living in the city or in the cookie cutter suburbs that were rapidly expanding throughout the country. There were no reservations required, no eternal lines of traffic and no shuttle busses because of the traffic. All that has changed. The crowds at the more popular National Parks are ridiculous! Reservations are sometimes required a year in advance. In an effort to escape these "Disneylands of the wilderness", people have purchased vehicles capable of going into more remote areas away from paved roads, and away from the hordes of people that now overwhelm many National Parks. However, in so doing we've created more problems. Sensitive environmental areas are being overrun by too many overlanders with their rigs equipped with heavy off road tires leaving their scarring "footprints" on the land. Thoughtless, inconsiderate people leave trash and other debris, including human feces for others to clean up. They don't follow the rules by overstaying their time limits. The homeless have found sanctuary on BLM and U.S. Forest lands and erected semi-permanent camps. While young partiers take their alcohol and guns out for wild weekends in their 4 wheel drive pick-up trucks. The government is always short of funds when it comes to many of these lands so the end result is more and more are getting shut down, ruining for everyone. We all love our wilderness areas and it seems we are loving them to death. I don't know what the answer is, but I do know that future generations are going to pay for it.

  69. Scarecrow Hunter

    Scarecrow Hunter

    Mánuði síðan

    Wanna see some awesome 4wding id say some of our Australian channels are some of the best

  70. SBA Tower02

    SBA Tower02

    Mánuði síðan

    The you tube algorithm brought me here because I was getting replacement parts for a jeep.

  71. 13 milespergallon

    13 milespergallon

    Mánuði síðan

    Gf has a Crosstrek. She loves it. I love it. The back seats fold flat so you can sleep inside the car (F rooftop tents). It's also great on gas and feels like I'm driving a go-cart. It's definitely a fun little car. I'm biased though and I'd say get a Land Cruiser! 100 series!!!

  72. stanhry


    Mánuði síðan

    Over landing is easier than never. GPS devices are why easier than paper maps and travel guides.

  73. Kelton Derkach

    Kelton Derkach

    Mánuði síðan

    If you litter your a pos

  74. Francis


    Mánuði síðan

    Definitely seen more trash out there since the pandemic. This tells me they're new people out there who do not understand the basic outdoor golden rule - leave no trace. Easiest solution is to not add geolocations when posting or have social media platforms remove that feature.

  75. Jay Bones

    Jay Bones

    Mánuði síðan

    That being said, can you guys let me know what the largest tires I can run on my taco without a lift?

  76. Mini Bike Morgan

    Mini Bike Morgan

    Mánuði síðan

    Overlanding? You mean off-roading? Don't try to make it trendy or hip



    Mánuði síðan

    Matt’s off road recovery is a great Channel for this!

  78. kris jones

    kris jones

    Mánuði síðan

    Are you going to an episode on the epa and the rpm act? Because it would ruin overlanding as well

  79. Tj Pettus

    Tj Pettus

    Mánuði síðan

    Wife has a crosstrek. She loves it. I'm not a fan of cvts but the manual probably fun

  80. Sune Kafton

    Sune Kafton

    Mánuði síðan

    APR from 19.99 %. 🚽

  81. Gaara


    Mánuði síðan

    Humans being humans Nothing new here

  82. Rhythm Outside

    Rhythm Outside

    Mánuði síðan

    I think the funniest thing about this hype is running into people with decked out rigs on the trail being too scared to use their trucks properly.

  83. Kai Reid

    Kai Reid

    Mánuði síðan

    If you wanna watch a good 4wd /overland show look up 4wd247

  84. Shawn Green

    Shawn Green

    Mánuði síðan

    Chokecherry canyon was this beautiful place in 1999 full of juniper trees and sharp rugged terrain. Fast forward to now and it is completely barren with round over hills and trails. One generation of off-roaders destroyed a whole area.

  85. Justin Broderick

    Justin Broderick

    Mánuði síðan

    I've had my Crosstrek for 3 years and it's a very capable car for light to medium overlanding as it comes. I have the 6 speed manual so I can't speak to the CVT issues that some people complain about. The stock ground clearance was good enough for me to take on moderately rough forest service roads although I have since added a 2.5" lift and larger tires to help with the rougher roads I have to travel for work. I did build a sleeping platform for the back because I was spending months at a time living out of it with my dog and the backseat does not fold flush with the hatch area. I'm not a tall person (5'7") but I fit perfectly sleeping in the back. I will admit for long periods of time it can be cramped to live out of like this which is why I'm building a small off-road teardrop trailer to tow behind it, but for shorter trips it works great.

  86. Bendejo 1984

    Bendejo 1984

    Mánuði síðan

    Is he really trying to compare a rock crawling rig to something that somebody set up for camping? The “overlanding” crowd is more environmentally conscious than any other automotive sport trend there is!

  87. Lucas Blanchard

    Lucas Blanchard

    Mánuði síðan


  88. Sean F

    Sean F

    Mánuði síðan

    Great video, people always need a reminder to clean up their shit. Nothing I hate more than a beautiful landscape covered in trash. As for the crostrek, my dad has one. They're good little cars but absolutely gutless. I'd go with something larger like a Forrester or a Cherokee Trailhawk

  89. It'sParkerSmith


    Mánuði síðan

    Ecs tuning rally wagon vibes

  90. Original Sade

    Original Sade

    Mánuði síðan

    Get a second gen manual crosstrek noah. Has the 6 speed with better low end gearing. Theyre great cars, cant recommend them enough... just quite slow so youd probably be limited with the amount of gear you could take if going on tougher trails

  91. MustachesPizza


    Mánuði síðan

    Not a crosstrek owner but currently own an outback and this is my fifth subaru after two wrxs and two outback sports (similar size to a crosstrek) i test drove a couple crosstreks before I decided on the outback cause I wanted more room for trips. They got just enough power for its weight, not fast but zippy or quick. Great gas mileage after driving a v8 4runner. Maintenance can be a lil pricey but if you stay on they last. And if you pick one up and go that route of overlanding, it'd make a great series. Smaller wagons and crossovers can do a lot with a little and it can show those who are interested but don't wanna buy a new 40k car or a 8k 2000s suv. Gives that happy medium of nice daily to cruise around in but also you can take it to the woods and spent some time.

  92. Brad King

    Brad King

    Mánuði síðan

    This boy scout always leaves his campsite better than how he found it.

  93. Sebastian // SBG

    Sebastian // SBG

    Mánuði síðan

    And I’m that note I love my fj80 even more

  94. Tyler Richey

    Tyler Richey

    Mánuði síðan

    Crosstrek is a horrible car dont get one

  95. Connor Legault

    Connor Legault

    Mánuði síðan

    Nolan, I love my crosstrek. Get one, I dare you.

  96. Jakub C

    Jakub C

    Mánuði síðan

    I got my crosstrek in November and I have put a couple over landing mods on it, it’s also a 6 speed manual and I absolutely love it. It’s my daily to work and school And hopefully when I find the time I can take it out on some trails. And if you get snow, trust me Subaru is the best car to have, when the Texas snow storm hit I was driving around pretty much all week and didn’t slip a single when I didn’t want to. But when I did want to slip, you can control the drifts perfectly in this car. So yes I highly highly recommend this car if you don’t care about the underpowered issue.

  97. marley234


    Mánuði síðan

    I love my 2021 Crosstrek sport!! Im 6 ft and i have plenty of room!

  98. 2ANGRY 2DIE


    Mánuði síðan

    If they never get used, what's the f*** point of having trails?

  99. SCE 2045

    SCE 2045

    Mánuði síðan

    My Lowered 4WD 3rd Gen 8 Cylinder Explorer with 16's is suddenly looking reeeaaaally comfy

  100. Cade Alexander

    Cade Alexander

    Mánuði síðan

    Crosstrek it great! I love mine! But... be ready to never pass another vehicle ever again. Great car way under powered and if you know that going into one you'll be ok. I got the manual transmission and it makes it better.