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.

How much does a pop up trailer cost?

Pop-Up Camper Costs At A Glance

On average, for a new pop-up camper, you can expect between $10,000-$20,000, potentially more depending on how extravagant you want to go. Used campers drop in price significantly, often more in the $2,000 to $10,000 range.

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 Ford Fiesta pull a pop up camper?

The Ford Fiesta is not made to tow anything. … If you need to tow a camper then you need a bigger car. This vehicle comes with a five-speed manual system and the 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine leads to 120 horsepower.

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