I have a 2001 Mirada 30ft with a Ford V10. No problems. I flat tow a Honda Civic or dolly tow Toyota Camry. I just bought an older (2003) Saturn Vue to flat tow and don't anticipate any problems. The Vue is probably about the same weight as the Camry.
The newer V10s have about 50 more HP than I have, so you shouldn't have any problems.
I drive the MH like a truck, I take my time going up the hills, On steep grades, I'll just downshift to force a lower gear and fall in line with the 18 wheelers, 4 way flashers turned on. I come down the other side the same way, downshifted and let the engine do the braking. Never go down a hill any faster than you went up. Towed up I-70 and through the Eisenhower tunnel (11,200 ft elevation) several a times,
As others mentioned, take a look at gross towing weight, and look carefully at the hitch, not just the ratings, but climb under there, look at bolts, welds, etc. On mine, I found both mount plates on both sides had cracks. I suspect the previous owner had overloaded the tongue weight and this cause d the cracks.
2001 Coachmen Mirada (Ford F53 6.8L V10) - Toad 2003 Saturn Vue.
It won't do MACH 2, but I can get a sandwich and take a pee.