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Question Details Asked:Mar 25, 2012 - 11:55 AMStatus:Closed
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I would say none, it can rate at about 1000 lbs but I recommend pulling nothing with a front wheel drive vehicle. It's a choice you make on your own, I never recommended it to customers and always advised them rear wheel drive vehicles are better for towing.
Maybe an ultralight pop-up at most for a short distance only. Unibody FWD cars are not tow vehicles.
1,000 lbs maximum, including the weight of the trailer and contents, and any extra cargo in the car itself besides yourself. So realistically, the less you tow the better.
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