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I'm probably stupid to even think this, but once in the Spring of the year I back my 18' pontoon down a slight sand slope and in the Fall I pull it out, about 2200 pounds. Will the Trax pull it out? What does the hitch attach to? Is this a unibody vehicle? I want an AWD vehicle that also gets good gas mileage but cannot afford a new Equinox or Rav or Santa Fe, I can afford the new Trax, but I need it to pull that boat out of the lake. Thank you for your help.
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I'm probably stupid to even think this, but once in the Spring of the year I back my 18' pontoon down a slight sand slope and in the Fall I pull it out, about 2200 pounds. Will the Trax pull it out? What does the hitch attach to? Is this a unibody vehicle? I want an AWD vehicle that also gets good gas mileage but cannot afford a new Equinox or Rav or Santa Fe, I can afford the new Trax, but I need it to pull that boat out of the lake. Thank you for your help.
Greg
the UK spec page says it will tow a 1200 kg trailer with brakes, which is like 2600 lbs. If you're seriously just pulling it out of the lake and thats it you should be fine... but don't take just my word for it, see if you can substantiate or find proper tow ratingd from our side...

http://www.chevrolet.co.uk/cars/trax/features-and-specs.html
 
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