Note:   Do not exceed the trailer weight for your vehicle configuration listed in the chart below.
Note:   Make sure to take into consideration the trailer frontal area. Do not exceed 60 ft² (5.6 m²) trailer frontal area.
Note:   Your vehicle could have reduced performance when operating at high altitudes and when heavily loaded or towing a trailer. When driving at elevation, to match driving performance as perceived at sea level, reduce gross vehicle weight and gross combination weight by 2% per 1,000 ft (300 m) elevation.
Note:   Certain states require electric trailer brakes for trailers over a specified weight. Be sure to check state regulations for this specified weight. Your vehicle's electrical system may not include the wiring connector needed to activate electric trailer brakes if the trailer exceeds this specified weight.
Your vehicle may tow a trailer provided the maximum trailer weight is less than or equal to the maximum trailer weight listed for your vehicle configuration on the following chart.

Vehicle Type   Maximum Gross Vehicle Weight Rating   Maximum Gross Combination Weight Rating   Maximum Trailer Weight  
Commercial Stripped Chassis   16,000 lb (7,257 kg)   23,000 lb (10,432 kg)   7,000 lb (3,175 kg)  
Recreational Stripped Chassis   16,000 lb (7,257 kg)   23,000 lb (10,432 kg)   7,000 lb (3,175 kg)  
Recreational Stripped Chassis   18,000 lb (8,165 kg)   23,000 lb (10,432 kg)   5,000 lb (2,268 kg)  
Commercial Stripped Chassis   19,500 lb (8,845 kg)   27,200 lb (12,338 kg)   7,700 lb (3,492 kg)  
Recreational Stripped Chassis   20,500 lb (9,299 kg)   26,000 lb (11,793 kg)   5,500 lb (2,494 kg)  
Commercial Stripped Chassis   22,000 lb (9,979 kg)   29,700 lb (13,471 kg)   7,700 lb (3,492 kg)  
Recreational Stripped Chassis   22,000 lb (9,979 kg)   26,000 lb (11,793 kg)   4,000 lb (1,814 kg)  
Recreational Stripped Chassis   24,000 lb (10,886 kg)   30,000 lb (13,607 kg)   6,000 lb (2,721 kg)  
Recreational Stripped Chassis   26,000 lb (11,793 kg)   30,000 lb (13,607 kg)   4,000 lb (1,814 kg)