Tailgating Trucks and SUVs for sale in Green Bay, WI
With Packer season comes the time-honored tradition of the tailgate. There’s no better way to enjoy a Packer game (aside from being at a Packer game) than to hang out with your buddies and enjoy a cold one and a brat or two. Here at Broadway Automotive, we’re big fans of tailgating, which is why we have a wide variety of tailgate-friendly vehicles available for you to choose from! Here’s our list of the 10 best vehicles for tailgating at Broadway Automotive.
With its wide variety of bed and cabin configurations, it’s no surprise that the Ford F-150 is a popular choice for tailgaters everywhere. Fit all of your chairs, food, drinks and grille in the spacious bed of this powerful pickup. And with its 400-watt inverter, you can power up your televisions, radios and other devices.
You’d be wrong to overlook the tailgating potential of the Ford Flex. A popular choice for big ‘n tall drivers, the Flex’s unique shape means it offers plenty of leg, head and cargo room for all of your tailgating needs. What’s more, its convenient third row seat flips around to offer additional seating for drivers.
Ford Super Duty
Pull trailers, campers or whatever your tailgating expedition may need with ease in the Ford Super Duty. The massive truck offers the seating and storage space for all of your tailgating essentials and then some. Its available power outlets also ensure you stay connected to the game and never miss a minute.
The Ford Expedition offers the power and capability of a pickup, with the utility and comfort of an SUV. It’s able to tow whatever you can’t fit in its ample cargo space with ease to ensure you have everything you need for gameday.
Much like the Ford Expedition, the Chevy Suburban offers the space, power and capability you need from a truck, in a convenient SUV package. What’s more, it’s decked out with a slew of interior features like an available Rear-seat entertainment system and 4G LTE Wi-Fi so you can stay connected and watch the Packers on your devices, without using up data.
Like the Suburban, the Chevy Silverado also comes with a Wi-Fi hotspot, giving you better connectivity options than ever! Simply hook your TV up to one of the Silverado’s outlets and hook your phone up to your TV and you and your buddies can watch the whole game!
Don’t limit yourself to parking lots. The off-road chops of the Chevy Colorado makes it ready to tailgate wherever you are during the game. Simply pack up your gear into the pickup’s spacious bed and you’re good to go!
As we’ve seen with the rest of the Chevy lineup, it’s easy to stay connected with the Chevy Tahoe’s OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, as well as its seven USB ports located throughout the cabin and its 110-volt three-prong outlet.
The VW Tiguan saw big changes for 2018, most notably the addition of an entire third row. With seating for up to seven passengers, there’s room for the whole gang to pile in and head off to celebrate the game.
Volkswagen Golf Alltrack
Connectivity and location will never be issues in the VW Alltrack. The outdoorsier version of the Golf SportWagon, the Alltrack can take you wherever your tailgating requires, even if that means taking things off the road. And its spacious wagon design means more room for food, drinks and football.
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