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Buying a 4x4 for caravanning around Europe

We want to tour Europe with a four-berth caravan for about the next three years. So, heavy duty mileage, and possibly a heavyweight caravan. We think we need a 4x4 for the job, as it will be able to handle mountainous terrain, and bad weather.

What car do you think would handle this type of use?

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2010 or later Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2R Type diesel manual or KIA Sorento 2.2 R Type diesel manual. Both can tug 2500kg. (Autos only 2000kg.) Land Rovers not reliable enough. Landcruisers tough, but not nice to drive. Patrols really not nice to drive.
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