Just before our move from the house to the apartment we said so long to the Jeep. It was an extremely fun ride. I enjoyed it more than I ever expected, but we really needed more power to tow the RZR and we hoped for better gas mileage. Deep down Frank's heart belongs to Chevy. He strayed a bit with the Jeep, while it was fun and flirty, he need a workhorse. Frank went to the dealerships to see what was available and snagged an amazing deal on a 2013 Chevy Silverado. We traded the Jeep with positive equity. Our car payment, insurance and registration were significantly less with the change. Gas mileage hasn't proven to be much better so that's the trade off. The truck came in handy with our move. And it tows effortlessly, trips should be far smoother now. We'll put the truck to the test next week when we travel to Utah. We'll be staying in Moab and Duck Creek. I cannot wait to ride trails, enjoy the cool fresh air, and, of course, the stunning scenery.
This weekend we also sold our RZR 4 800. What!?! Yes, we sold it. It was a great ride despite having our share of odd issues. We enjoyed it more than any other toy or recreational sport. We won't be without one for long. It would've been extremely difficult to part with our RZR if there wasn't another beauty in our future. We will be upgrading to a RZR 900 and we didn't use the four seater enough so we're going to go with two. Plus, we cannot fit the RZR 4 and our trailer in our garage. But we believe we can accommodate both with the two seater. Today is the day that the new RZR 1000 is available for sale. We're hopeful this will allow us to score a great deal on the 900. We're anxious to take the new toy to Utah. We know just what we want. Frank will be negotiating today with dealers to secure the best price. So long old friend!
But our offroad adventures will continue!