Probably? I'm afraid that you're grossly underestimating load dimensions. Not even the diesel version of the Transit available in the UK stands a chance.
Fine. Post load dimensions and weights that yo tow behind your Jeep.
What's the site? Are the vehicles close enough such that I wouldn't have to fly or make a significant road trip in order to purchase?
I already made the point that I was quoting UK prices. I know that vehicle ownership in the US is lower than in UK. I made that point also.
Wait a minute, you're hounding me over a 12 year old jeep while driving an obviously newer vehicle with such "necessities" as voice activated features? Really? My own personal vehicle is 10 years old itself and hasn't so much as cruise control. You're really barking up the wrong tree.
I'm not suggesting that the all technology is a necessity. My point was that I can get all of that in a fairly ordinary car that is much more fuel efficient than the up-market wee blue car.
You're also letting those high UK petrol prices skew your perception of what is good and bad for the environment. If everyone drove used and sufficiently cared for their vehicles, manufacturing could be more than cut in half. Your new vehicle and those of folks here in the US represent the same thing--things we don't need.
My current vehicle is quite new. I got it in January this year. It is just the updated model of the vehicle it replaced. My main reason for the choice was fuel economy.
My 360 mile round trip today got 62.3 mpg.
And the better part of three hours each way. Most of it motorway. Almost the hours of a wasted day.
Some of the gadgets are useful.
Cruise control I've had on all cars since 1986. I now find it more useful than ever. Speed cameras abound. I don't need to get caught so I set it to about 72mph. The national speed limit is 70mph but speedometers have n negative tolerance so that plus the camera tolerance makes 72 seem no risk.
The satnav found the site which I had not visited in years and by a shorter route.
And the hands free telephone allowed me to make and take calls legally and get some things done.
Most importantly, when I'm close to home and want a really cold beer....
Tap a button on the steering wheel.
"What name or number would you like to call?"
"Hi Mrs B. Can you stick a Belgian in the freezer please?"
The beer is already being poured as I get in the door.