Can a V6 car pull a pop up camper?
Although an older vehicle, the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour is another great choice for pulling your pop up camper around the country. Its powerful V6 engine runs on 3.5 liters. The car also has a towing capacity rated at 1,500 pounds, so even midweight pop up campers apply.
What’s the best vehicle to pull a pop up camper?
Dodge Challenger: With 3.6-liter engine it can tow trailer weighing upto 1000 lbs. Honda Accord : This awesome looking car can do the job as well. It can tow campers weighing around 1000 lbs when its 2.0 liter. Ford Edge : This car can tow pop up camper weighing less than 3500 lbs with its 2.7-liter engine.
Can a Ford Focus pull a pop-up camper?
The Ford Focus is not made for towing and rated capacity is 0 lbs in the US. You could add a tow hitch and tow 1000 lbs but this would really stress the car. It is not big enough to pull a camper trailer.
Can a Toyota Camry pull a pop-up camper?
Yes, a Toyota Camry could easily tow a pop-up camper, as they weigh only about 300 kilograms (650 lbs). Still, keep in mind that towing can be dangerous if you don’t take it seriously. While towing with a Camry, always remember that the vehicle is carrying extra weight.
How much towing capacity do I need for a pop-up camper?
Well it really depends on the GVWR of your camper. The general rule of thumb is that you want to only use 60-65% of your vehicle towing capacity. Let say you have a Jeep Grand Cherokee that can tow 6,200 lbs. Using our rule of thumb (60% of 6,200 lbs) you can safely tow a camper with a maximum GVWR of about 3,720 lbs.
Can a Mazda 3 tow a pop up camper?
Your Mazda is not designed for towing. Never tow a trailer with your Mazda.