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Old 07-18-2015, 07:23 PM   #1
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What would be a good toad.

Can you folks advise what 2012 vehicle can be flat towed?
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Old 07-18-2015, 07:24 PM   #2
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Honda CRV. A lot of cars with manual transmissions.
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Honda CRV. A lot of cars with manual transmissions.
...even automatic including 2014 !
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I'm sorry, I was thinking about car with an automatic transmission.
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Can you folks advise what 2012 vehicle can be flat towed?
here is an idea of them...youyou_2012.pdf
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Old 07-18-2015, 07:34 PM   #6
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I flat tow a 2011 Malibu. 3520 pounds. It pulls great behind my 2002 Dolphin.
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I'm sorry, I was thinking about car with an automatic transmission.

Did you download my pdf file ?
It gives you all of them...
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We've been towing jeep products since 2003. We've had a wrangler, liberty, grand Cherokee and now a Cherokee. Tow very easy and now you don't have to leave a key in the ignition because the steering wheels don't lock.
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We've been towing jeep products since 2003. We've had a wrangler, liberty, grand Cherokee and now a Cherokee. Tow very easy and now you don't have to leave a key in the ignition because the steering wheels don't lock.
+1 to towing Jeep stuff. I'm dragging a 2012 Liberty and gotta say - it makes towing about as painless as it gets.
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here is an idea of them...Attachment 100510
That is a good list. However, I did not see the Chevy Captiva on it. It is basically the same vehicle as the 2008-10 Saturn Vue. And you set it up like the Chevy Equinox, just pull a different fuse (or install a cutoff switch). I have a 2014 and it tows 4 down with no problems.
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This is some great info and much appreciated. How about Wrangler on an aluminum car hauler. Is it better than 4 down?
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If you have a Wrangler, check in section 5 of your vehicle manual for towing.

I've been towing my 2011 Honda CR-V since Nov 2011 and totally love it. Yes it is AWD and not a problem.
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If you use a trailer for your Toad, where are you going to put it when you get to a RV park?
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