5 of the Best 2013 Summer Vehicles

 
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jeep-wrangler-20132013 Jeep Wrangler

Summer is here and it’s time for adventure! We put this guide together for people who do not already have their ideal car for the summer season. There is nothing worse than trying to fit your camping gear into a hatch back, or even worse, fishing gear into compact SUV. If your car is limiting your lifestyle, it’s quite simple, you have the wrong car!

We have gathered a short list of the most summer-friendly 2013 model vehicles that we could find. We tried to cover the major options, for example including a pick-up truck, cross over, etc. Keep in mind that there are plenty of other vehicles out there that are great for the summer. Don’t be too concerned if you’re not quite a Jeep Wrangler person but check out these others, maybe there is one that’s perfect for you.

1. 2013 Jeep Wrangler
I am sure it’s to no one’s surprise that we included the Wranger. For most people, it is a summer vehicle icon (although they have become much more seasonally diverse in recent years.) Regardless, how many other convertibles can you take off-roading? That alone might be the decision maker for some. Like I mentioned above, they offer more features than they used to so we definitely suggest taking a look at their 2013 model and all of the options available.

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  • Mark

    I’ll always be a Jeep Wrangler guy, happy to see you guys throw them into the #1 spot!

  • al

    you completely blew it with all year round trucks, except the wrangler. hellooooooo summer is for sports cars and convertibles. and #1 is the mercedes slk. a convertible you can park without getting your roof slashed, and looks like a finished car when the roof is up. more than enough power. stylish enough to always impress, without looking you’re trying to impress.and, of course shear joy on windey roady with the top down and the radio on. see you’re already closing your eyes wishing you were there. can you say that about a yukon?

  • Jerry Wagoner

    Jeep is the best. Can take the top off, and can go off road. A regular convertible will be toast off road.

  • Joe Muselevichus

    So I’m curious about the 2013 Ram 1500 with the 6 Cylinder and the 8 Speed tranny, doesn’t that get 25 MPG? That beats the two pickups listed, one of which is a hybrid… hmmm, just saying.. maybe someone didn’t do their homework. or the Ford F-150 with the Ecoboost 6. another good choice…

  • Brian Haynes

    You forgot the Polaris RZR! No Seriously. You forgot the Polaris RZR.

  • Jeff

    I’ve always been a Jeep fan- in fact had 2 previously so was happy to get another one. The last one I bought will be the last one I will ever buy. They are nothing but plastic pieces of crap now and Chrysler (which was happy to take bail money from the American people ) is not ethical enough to stand behind it.



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