Top 10 Tailgating Car Features of 2007

honda_ridgeline.jpgWith the close of 2007 bearing down on us in a matter of days, we can’t seem to escape those “year in review” lists. Whether it be the “Top 10 Celebrity Blunders” or the “Top 10 Best Bargains of 2007”, top 10 lists are a dime a dozen this time of year. The only Top 10 list that I have found to be worthwhile this year was recently published by Cars.com. The editors of Cars.com compiled a list of Top 10 Tailgating Features for 2007/2008 model cars. The site also singled out the cars that offer each feature the best along with the coolest tailgating features to have come out this year. The editors at cars.com put together a great list. If only there was one car that included all 10 of these tailgating features. Are you listening Detroit?

Listing the cool tailgating features in no particular order, here are the Top 10 Tailgating Features as judged by the editors of Cars.com.

Storage areas under the floor
Car that does it best: 2007 Honda Odyssey

Two-pronged household power outlets
Car that does it best: 2007 Volkswagen Touareg

Stain-resistant seats
Car that does it best: 2007 Honda Element

Load ‘N Go storage floor
Car that does it best: 2007 Dodge Nitro

Rear-flipping tailgate seat
Car that does it best: 2008 Chrysler Town & Country

Stereo controls in back
Car that does it best: 2007 GMC Acadia

Swing-out liftgate speakers
Car that does it best: 2007 Dodge Caliber

Swiveling seats
Car that does it best: 2008 Chrysler Town & Country

Water-friendly storage well
Car that does it best: 2007 Honda Ridgeline

Washable cargo floor
Car that does it best: 2007 Jeep Compass

For complete details about these features and the cars that offer them, please read the original article on Cars.com.

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One Response to “Top 10 Tailgating Car Features of 2007”

  1. <path_to_url> crazy john brooks

    Heard the interview on 810 today. Great project! I am with the United States Tailgating Association (USTGA) in Kansas City. We recently saw our chances of making the trip to Glendale, AZ for Super 42, drop considerably upon finding out about the “No Tailgating” issue. If we could work things out logistically, I would be glad to roll our Tour bus down to AZ and provide you with a great way to increase the impact of your petition and argument as well as provide a super awesome relief element while you are there. I also am looking into the alternate tailgating party located off-site, run by Your Tailgate Party. Just a thought but I think you would make a killer impact by rolling up in the USTGA bus wherever you go. We should probably be in touch anyway as to familiarize each other with our respective projects. I will forward an email to them in hopes of getting you some basic info on the USTGA. Hope you enjoy and I am glad to hear of your strong position on such a great All-American activity that is here to stay!
    Sincerely, Crazy John Brooks,Co-founder, USTGA.