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Old 01-18-2019, 09:40 AM   #15
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You can add this info to your research:

https://www.edmunds.com/jeep/cheroke...eatures-specs/

Hope it helps.
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You can add this info to your research:

https://www.edmunds.com/jeep/cheroke...eatures-specs/

Hope it helps.

This site is definitely more detailed than the Jeep site even as relates to the weight differences. Jeep site only has basic starting curb weight for all models with no way to determine weight of options.
Thanks for the link!
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Different models of coach on the Sprinter chassis will have different tow capacities. Our Coachmen Prism has a tow capacity of 3500#. I believe some Navions are 5000#. Our toad is an '09 Suby Forester 5-speed, AWD, not 4wd, but serves us fine. Weighs in at 3200#.
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