Decent video. Keep the cute driver. The big guy is usually selling fishing boats at Cabelas, right?
Vans are quick off the line as they're primarily urban metro vehicles. But, once loaded, it won't be the same. Don't expect too much once loaded and hitched when it comes to passing power. Drive smart, instead.
A van would be my choice, overall. I'm very impressed with how well the modern ones drive (my first experience was with a 1966
Ford with a 240-I6 between the seats, and a bolt action transmission). Electronic stability control, etc, is a comforting factor.
It's not a car. One doesn't "keep up" with traffic. Takes a period of adjustment to use it well. Let it tell you what is best. Biggest change for most folks is braking before turns. Any braking pressure still being applied into a turn is a FAIL.
Same for posted speed on ramps and such (yellow). That's max safe speed. Get used to using that whether solo or towing. Life is easier with new habits.
That out of the way, can we look forward to the cute driver (and her sister) doing more videos on other brands of modern vans?
One request is to include a little more tech info. Wheelbase, power plant, and door sticker info (axle ratings).
Thx to you both for the trouble to which you went in making the video.
1990 35' Silver Streak
2004 555 Cummins