The Suzuki sameri is a good rig.
BB: Just read your message and wondered how your van handles deep snow and some of the unimporved roads in SD? It appears to be low to the ground...Love my Toyota Sienna van...remove 2nd and 3rd seats, drop in a 4’ x8’ sheet of plywood, and 4 dog crates and 2coolers fit perfectly. Another sheet of plywood sits on top the crates and creates a flat surface for guns and duffles. Sliding side doors allow for easy access to front crates, rear lift gate offers access to rear crates. I drive this year round, the Silverado only gets about 3-4 months of use during last 2-3 months of the hunting season....
I agree 100% with this. I've gotten stuck more time in my truck than I ever did with cars I've owned. Always because I think I can go through anything with 4 wheel drive hahamy Silverado shines in picked corn, and sketchy minimum maintenance roads that are wet and muddy. But I get stuck in the 4 x 4 truck due to my stupidity!
Yes, true statement. I hunt this rig all September in MT/ND, and much of Oct in ND/SD...deep snow would be an issue, but I drive it around Duluth in winter in snow on paved roads.... if unimproved roads are dry it’s great. Not a big deal to stay off unimproved roads if need be while hunting sharpies and pheasants if conditions were such. Not a perfect rig for all situations! But I love it....my Silverado shines in picked corn, and sketchy minimum maintenance roads that are wet and muddy. But I get stuck in the 4 x 4 truck due to my stupidity!