Lame course, 'proving ground' always give the vehicle an easy time. I rather see some real owner put one of these through a course they think would be a real test. It's the sort of thing that gets you to see things like this:
Took my rebel for some serious off-roading on the Concession Lake Trail and a few other trails around there (guys from Ontario will know what im talking about) deep mudholes, steep climbs and decent's, LOTS of rocks overall very gnarly, the truck did amazing on the trail did not struggle BUT alignment was thrown off afterwards and i did dent my bumper (my fault not the trucks lol)....one thing i will say is im a bit uneasy about the air suspension offroad and the abuse it can handle. If i was gonna run the rebel hard offroad very often i would consider a swap to coils BDS style and some bigger rubber but for what the truck is it did amazing and overall was very impressed
Not bad CanadianRebel, although alignment was out of wack after it's probably better than what trucks from other truck makes would be capable of. Have you owned trucks from other brands that you also took on trails similar to that one?