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I wouldn't hesitate towing any of those rigs. I love the layout of the 210UDS!
Last summer we towed our 2005 Coachmen Capri 19DB (dry weight 3400lbs) from the Nelson area of BC north to 100 mile house, then east to Calgary, south to Hwy 3 and back home through the crowsnest pass, Cranbrook, and over the Kootenay Pass. The Ridgeline always performs well other than gas mileage, which is to be expected. BTW we also completely loaded the trunk with firewood before we left home.
 

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kootenayridge thanks for the info. The route you have travelled sounds similar to one of the trips we are planning (only in reverse).
Did you have to gear down many times through the mountains? For interests sake what type of gas mileage did you get (or km per litre)?
Driving in the mountains is seems like the truck is rarely NOT looking for a lower gear, even without a trailer. I've just gotten used to it. Gas mileage sucks. I get about 275km per tank pulling, down from close to 600km without.
 
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