Ok, time for another diversion from the usual Mac-centric chatter (and because I'm at work and really sick and tired of the project I'm working on.)
What do you use for wheels, and why did you choose that particular unit?
As for me, I've got a 1995 Suzuki Sidekick 4-door. Great little buggy — my kids call it "the Jeep" I guess because that's easier to say than "Suzuki". I did a fair amount of research on the Suzuki before shopping around for one — they are kind of the equivalent of Jeep in the Far East. They have built 4 wheel drive vehicles for a long, long time, and have it pretty much down pat. They even supply a lot of countries with military vehicles, so with that kind of qualifications behind it, all I needed to do was shop around to find the right one. I bought it second-hand in July... 75,000 miles, no rust, very clean, AC, and a CD player, for just a tad over $3000.
Some of the things I like about my Suzuki: it's small enough to get in & out of tight spaces easily, can turn a 180 in the width of the average side street, gets 25-30mpg getting thrashed around town all day, but still has enough gusto to pull trailer loads of stuff around (last month I pulled 6,000lbs of paving stones home with it. Ended up with a slightly bent hitch(!) but I can fix that!). It has 4 wheel drive for our immenent snow-packed roads (South Dakota) and for the occasional foray into the wilderness on hunting trips.
So, what's your ride?