jono36Phil, Likewise with my old diesel s cayenne i drover over to Hannover with a large box trailer and was 90+mph most of the way once on European motorways with trailer solid as a rock. I wouldn't have a single axle trailer now have had a wheel come of a boat trailer in the past and the twin axle was the lifesaver in that situation. I was thinking I would probably be looking around 18mpg with a mix of driving with the trailer hopefully not too much less. We bought the Amazon to do the historic monte carlo a couple of years ago and have used on a few targa rallies but sat idle the last year due to work commitments and my other hobby which is motocross. My plan is to get the Volvo rebuilt this year and log booked for doing some proper stage rallies (have done stuff before in modern cars but got fed up with spending as much money on it). Might come along to spectate at one of the HRCR rounds this year with plan to do a few next year. If I do will come along and say hello. Picture of my previous cayenne with one of our other toys on the trailer, you can just see the amazon in the background. Jonathan
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