Friday, December 8, 2023


Towable owners: What type of vehicle do you tow with?

Okay, towable owners, this one is for you! Motorhome owners… stay away! (We love you just the same though.)

When you tow your RV, what do you tow it with? Do you have a truck? An SUV? A passenger car or something else? Feel free to tell us the specifics in the comments below after you vote.

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Ed Morgan (@guest_194125)
1 year ago

We tow our 2019 Nash 24M travel trailer (GVWR 7000 lb.) with a Ford E350 Super Duty 15-passenger Extended Van. It has a 6.8 Liter V-10 gasoline engine and 3.75 axle ratio.

travilenman (@guest_194001)
1 year ago

2009 GMC HD 6 liter gas/ 410 axel ratio…. 2014 32 ft Sprinter fiver…Truck is good…Sprinter not so much….

Gayle V. (@guest_194000)
1 year ago

2013 Ford F450 6.7 diesel Super Duty, 4×6 Dually

Mary Davidson (@guest_193988)
1 year ago

We tow a 2022 Cougar 28 ft with a 2004 Ram 2500.

Bob M (@guest_193985)
1 year ago

2021 F150 Hybrid and I hate it, worst truck I ever owned. Too much electronics.

Pamela Holt (@guest_193975)
1 year ago

2013 Tundra

Vanessa (@guest_193963)
1 year ago

It has been an SUV but will soon be a 3/4 ton truck…as soon as the SUV comes out of the shop after getting it’s second replacement engine

Left Coast Geek (@guest_193955)
1 year ago

2002 F250 4×4 7.3 diesel, easily towing a 4500 lb Escape 21. Only real complaint is, the older Ford Super Duty trucks have awful turning circles.

Dave (@guest_193951)
1 year ago

Use a 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD Duramax 6.6L to tow our 34 foot 2015 Lacrosse 330RST travel trailer. No issues at all.

Eric (@guest_193942)
1 year ago

I tow my 2015 Wildwood 327RES 5th wheel with an International 9400i Eagle semi tractor. The entire trailer hides behind the air dam and I love the 11.5-12.5 mpg.

Snayte (@guest_193928)
1 year ago

Our 2011 K-Z Spree 261RKS is towed by a 2022 RAM 2500 6.4l gasser.

Marsha (@guest_193919)
1 year ago

I currently tow a 34′ bunkhouse travel trailer with a 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500 outfitted with a Tow Package. However, the truck also did a great job with the last trailer which was a much heavier 35′ travel trailer with a queen bed slide-out.

Kurt Shoemaker Sr (@guest_193914)
1 year ago

I tow a 32′ fifth wheel with my Chev Silverado 3500 HD, single rear wheels. 6.0 liter.
Sometimes I have to remind myself I’m towing.

Deena Jones (@guest_193917)
1 year ago

Same here. 36′ Bighorn, Chev Silverado 3500 diesel.

Last edited 1 year ago by Deena Jones
Betty Dagle (@guest_193910)
1 year ago

i’m never sure if it’s a truck or suv. Yukon XL is our main tow vehicle, but we recently purchased a chevy silverado 3500 in anticipation of upsizing.

RallyAce (@guest_193898)
1 year ago

We did not need much in a TT so we purchased one that fit our needs and could be safely towed by our Honda Pilot.

Bob R (@guest_193894)
1 year ago

I tow with a Ram 2500 ProMaster 159, Our extra things of leisure go there

Wayne (@guest_193893)
1 year ago

My tow vehicle has always been the reliable F 250 Powerstroke
Thousands of miles in all types of terrain. Never would jot the road with any other type truck.

Jim G. (@guest_193891)
1 year ago

My Honda Odyssey does a great job towing our Companion molded fiberglass trailer.

Sandy B (@guest_193890)
1 year ago

We tow our 24’ Airstream with a Nissan Pathfinder.

David (@guest_193888)
1 year ago

I tow my 2021 Flagstaff E-Pro with my 2002 GMC Sierra 8.1 liter V-8 engine (don’t ask about gas mileage)

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