towing a u haul trailer md to denver col

Asked by May 21, 2017 at 09:50 AM about the 2012 Subaru Outback 2.5i Premium

Question type: General

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22,345

What's your question??? Depends on the weight of the trailer?? Do you know what it is?? AND, what else are you carrying in the car..?

79,735

Most if not all U-Haul trailers are too heavy for your car especially loaded. Don't blow up the CVT in your car!

22,345

F_O_R-. I saw this on the open road, probably OK for the Subaru... It's only 1,500 fully loaded and the car can tow up to 2,700 pounds. https://www.uhaul.com/Trailers/Sport-Trailer-Rental/ST/

22,345

Guru7357-. If you liked my last answer, please mark it "best answer', thank you.

79,735

If you need to move a lot of stuff you may want to rent a truck and tow your car on a trailer.

22,345

Yes, I agree....or better yet, have someone drive the car and follow or lead....

5,710

Aside from mass the most important criterion is the tongue weight. Keep it low and you'll be ok. Don't be aggressive climbing hills, as you don't want to overheat the CVT fluid. Keep tire pressures at 35 F&R. Have a safe trip!

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