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|07-30-2019 11:51 PM|
Just to complement something already stated above for the Trax...
|07-19-2019 02:43 AM|
If you can't safely put it inside the cabin or on the roof, you have no business using the Trax for that job. There's a lot of information crossover online between the Trax and the Equinox for some reason or another, and I think this may be part of the case at the moment.
The Equinox can tow up to 3500 pounds, when equipped with the 2.0L Turbo and the 9-speed transmission. There's also a button for towing next to the traction control button that will tell the transmission to work in a towing capacity and help the engine more than normal.
I just checked my owner's manual for my 2019 Trax and here's what it said for General Towing.
|07-05-2019 07:37 PM|
|07-03-2019 02:42 PM|
|07-02-2019 01:54 AM|
That is VERY incorrect. Chevy actually only sells a "hitch connector" for kayaks, bikes etc... BUT some people have had luck with MUCH smaller towing. Here is a link after a quick search on this forum. Welcome and look forward to seeing more people come here. TRAXY will probably be by in a minute to make my response look bad. (Just kidding)
|07-01-2019 09:39 PM|
I have a 2018 Trax and was wondering if anyone had any experience with the vehicle towing anything. Google says that it can support 3500 lbs tow capacity and a 300 lbs tongue weight, but i don't know if I trust it pulling that much with only a 1.4L Turbo.