Q: How big of a trailer can I tow?

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How big of a trailer can I tow?

How much weight you should tow depends largely on your trailer tow. However, you should never tow a trailer of more than 1,000 lbs, and if you have the fuel economy model, you shouldn’t tow any trailer, ever.

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