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Old 01-09-2016, 05:11 PM   #1
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Caddy SRX (2007) as a toad?

I have a line on a 2007 SRX I may buy. Does anyone have any experience towing something like this? It is awd, so I am wondering if I may need to flat bed tow it on a trailer.
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There are a number of threads on iRV2 concerning the SRX. Here is a link to a search I ran to find them.
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Mark,

Thanks for the link.

I suppose I should refine my question. I have seen data on the SRX as a toad, and it seems fairly promising, but the car I have in mind, which I do not have access to yet, is a 2007.

Most of the data in the threads I have seen are for 2010 and newer. That is why I specified that the car I am considering is a 2007.
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According to the manual (page 330), the 2007 SRX AWD must be towed on a flatbed trailer.

In contrast, the 2011 may be flat-towed (page 10-102 of that year's manual).
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