Join Date: Nov 2015
Location: Pacific Northwest
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The first K900 I saw on the road was during a road trip from Seattle, Washington to Phoenix, Arizona during the summer of 2014 though Nevada. The family was heading to visit my parents and we were in my 2014 Sorento SLX and it was almost if were were passing each other all the time.
My wife was commenting on how great it must be, at the time she had a '14 Cadenza.
Well maybe if we did not have 3 teanagers with us in the car and not towing a trailer as were were then.
Now that we have a K900 and the teenagers really do not want to go anywhere with the old people we can not wait to get on the road. Personally I feel the K900 was build for the open road. It's not the type of car one buys for fuel economy, that is what I changed my Sorento for a Soul EV for, no gas use at all there.
We are planning to head to a our first, short, road trip just from Everett, near Seattle to Portland but am really looking forward to do that trip to Arizona again.
I read some posts of members that have gone on longer trips and would like to hear what you think, fuel economy, comfort, would it be worth my time to look into a custom trailer hitch? I know the manual recommends against towing. I only tow a small sports utility trailer that is about 1,600 lbs, I can tow it behind a '06 Subaru Baja (now the teenager's car) I do not think the K900 would even notice it.