Hi all, We've been popup campers for several years now and are going to be moving up to a hybrid camper. We love the popup style beds to keep all that floorspace available inside, and the fact that it's so much less work packing up/down. Plus then we can use it year round in the driveway, kids will be happy (using internal beds). Anyway, our Grand Caravan isn't going to cut it for towing a hybrid, so we're looking for a new tow vehicle. The hybrids were looking at are around 3000lbs, so want a vehicle that can tow 5000. Also needs to seat at least 6. We've got it narrowed down to a 2014-2017 Hyundai Santa Fe XL, Kia Sorento, Ford Explorer. I also like the Toyota highlander, but that is probably out of budget. I also like the ford Flex (we had it's predecessor the Freestyle and loved that car) but it maxes out at 4500 which I think would be cutting it too close by the time you add people/stuff. Honda Pilot is nice too, but also 4500/450 max. I'm mostly leaning towards the Santa Fe XL. The XL is the longer wheelbase version of the Santa Fe. With the v6 and AWD it's rated for 5000lbs and 500lb tongue weight. It's got great reliability scores and is pretty roomy. The Kia is mechanically mostly the same, same engine/transmission and chassis, but it's 9" shorter overall (same size as Santa Fe Sport). It also is harder to find one rated for 5000lbs, I've seen conflicting reports on the 2014/2015 models between 3500 and 5000. Both vehicles always have a transmission cooler on the v6 AWD models. The Ford Explorer of that era is similar size to the Santa Fe XL, a couple inches longer. Engine power is the same (290HP for all 3 vehicles), fuel economy is also almost the same. These seem harder to find once you exclude all the ex-police units, which I am not interested in. Anyone have thoughts on these or have one of them now that can comment on how they like it? Thanks in advance.