Originally Posted by KiterTwin
Hello, I have a towing related question. I have a 2013 Ford Edge V6 AWD with a tow capacity of 3500lbs. I was wondering what is the largest R-Pod I can tow safely is. I plan on going into the hills and mountains as well as the flats. Any help would be great.
that 3500lbs. towing capacity is rated with only a 150lb. driver in it.
any other passengers and cargo in the Edge, will decrease that number by its weight.
the 171 and 172 are the only ones with a GVWR under 3500lbs.
so, those two are the only ones that appear to be within the Edge's specs.
nearly all vehicles like the Edge and other CUV/minivans, have the magic 3500 number, which severely limits what they can tow.
popups, egg-shaped trailers and teardrops are generally the only trailers that fall into this range.
and, as you see, even big teardrops only have a couple that will fit under that 3500 number.
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