Want a no-fuss way to get to the mountain? Pick a boring SUV. Want to have fun on the way up and back? Look no further. Sometimes the wrong tool for the job is exactly the right tool. That is, at least, when the struggle of achieving your task becomes part of the joy. If getting from A to B is the job, then the easiest, safest and comfiest car you can get your hands on is the “right” choice. But when you start to factor in things like grins per mile, or when you want to add some driving skill to the mix, that practical choice starts to sound awfully boring.