One of the best possible vehicles to flat tow. Check the manual for directions, which include periodically starting the vehicle to circulate the fluids. But when towed behind my Sprinter or my ex-Grand Cherokee, you can hardly tell it's there and the gas mileage drop isn't too gruesome.
Originally Posted by VicHanson
There's a Samurai-specific tow bar available from some of the Sami-oriented vendors. It's great; very small, doesn't weigh anything, comparatively cheap.
The only possible fly in the ointment is that the ride quality of a stock Samurai isn't award winning. The suspension is pretty much the same as a Connestoga wagon and the wheelbase is short enough to let it fall into every dip. Doesn't mean you shouldn't do it--you probably should--but just be aware of this potential drawback.
2003/2014 custom Sprinter 2500 mid/tall motorhome
2012 Porsche Cayenne TT on all-terrains
2008 Suzuki DR-Z400
2006 Honda PS250 Big Ruckus Expedition Scooter