The problem with towing any car is that if it's automatic, you will burn up the tranny since the wheels will be turning the tranny from the wrong end. If it's auto and front wheel drive, you'd have to lift the front end. If it's auto and rear wheel drive you'd have to disconnect the driveshaft or lift the rear end. If it's auto and all time all wheel drive, you'd have to lift the entire car. If it's auto and 4x4, you can put the transfer case in neutral and tow it. If it's manual/standard, you can tow it.
Now, my wife's Jeep (2011 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4) it's actually AWD. It doesn't have a transfer case that allows you to choose Low/Neutral/High 4x4. Now, my truck (2011 Ram 1500 LH 4x4) has a transfer case with different gears. I just hit the neutral button and it disconnects the wheels from the tranny so it can be towed.
2014 Georgetown 351DS
-TruCenter -Front/Rear CHF -Hellwig Links -Tiger Trak -Ran McNally GPS -ScanGauge -Truck Systems TPMS -5 Star Tune