How Much Weight Can a Jeep Wrangler Tow?

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How much weight a Jeep Wrangler can tow will depend on the year and the specialty model. For example, the Wrangler Unlimited can tow about 3,500 pounds. The Jeep Liberty, however, can tow up to 5,000 lbs.
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Most 2014 Jeep Wranglers can tow 2,000 pounds, but there are some that can handle a 3,500-pound trailer. These heavier-capacity Wranglers include the four-door Sport with the 3.73
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The maximum towing capacity for a 1993 Jeep Wrangler is
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towing weight is related to the weight of the vehicle doing the towing a braked trailer has a brake build into it so that when the vehicle that is towing it slows down it applies
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No more than 2000 lbs. The 2005 Wrangler Unlimited, however, because of the longer wheelbase has a capacity of 3500. What creates the limit is not the weight or power of the vehicle
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How Much Weight Can a Jeep Wrangler Tow?
The 2014 Jeep Wrangler is such an off-road icon, some folks often forget that it is also capable of hauling a trailer. Sure, it's not a heavy-duty pickup truck that can pull a 10,000-pound trailer as if it were a Radio Flyer wagon, but it is quite... More »
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