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Old 10-30-2014, 07:50 AM   #11
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I tow a new ford Focus only weighs 2900 pounds. Don't even know its back there. I have same engine in 328ts Georgetown. Only makes 1/2 mpg difference.
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Old 10-30-2014, 08:02 PM   #12
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I am strongly concidering a new class A Georgetown XL 378 with O/H Bunk and I will need to flat tow...... something. First question is, is the O/H bunk a good thing? And second they, the sales tech, states my 2008 Tundra is too heavy. I should flat tow about 3500lbs. So, what do you flat tow? The RV is a 37 footer V-10 @ 350hp.

We have 378 Georgetown. Tow Honda Fit...with blue ox tow pkg. see my pics!



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We are going to tow a Honda CRV which weighs about 3400 pounds. We previously towed a Honda Fit which weighed about 2500 pounds. The Fit towed easily and the CRV is supposed to.

Some CRV are not towable. The transmission has been changed. Be careful And I think the newer Fit is changing.

We like the Fit. We put 2 Zappy scooters in the back. Then unload ZAPPY and take 100 lb black lab for a ride


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The 2015 fit and cr-v are no longer flat towable.


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CORRECTION: was just corrected by a customer that found page in owners manual that 2015 Fit is flat towable in 6 speed manual only.

Sometimes it is ok to be wrong 😊


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