Hyundai ix35 towing capacity




Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

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  • Practical Caravan's expert team reviews the Hyundai ix35 CRDi 4x4 Premium , a tow car with striking Maximum towing limit, kg.

    A lot of caravanners must want the all-weather ability of a 4×4 but don't want to pay through the nose for their car, fuel or road tax. Step forward, the new Hyundai .

    We drove the litre 4×4 version of the Hyundai ix35 last year. The less That's the legal towing limit, and a few kilos less than 85% of the car's kerbweight.

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

    I think the towball weight is only Kg, as the other poster says, this is not the car to buy if you want to do towing. I just wish they could be more honest instead of worrying about their sales targets. I wouldn't tow a rubber ring with it, never mind a trailer of any size. Kick dust to most vehicles uphill, down hill, straight.

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

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    I am almost ready to buy a new ix35 SE 2. Before I make my final decision though, can someone please comment about the towing ability of this vehicle. Has anyone had any problems towing a camper trailer with this car?

    Max towing weight is only kgs, and you'd never actually attempt to tow that much. I've read reports or anything around kgs dropping the rear way too much and bottoming out your suspension. It might be ok if you camper is light, something like a Jayco swift, but if its a standard soft floor camper they are usually around 1. My opinion is this car isn't fit for any towing. At least not the 2. Absolutely — it's a nice car, great value for money but it's needs a 2. I wouldn't tow a rubber ring with it, never mind a trailer of any size.

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

    I don't think I've ever seen one tow anything. I have a Highlander 2. The issue is the suspension. On arrival in WA I had to replace both rear tires as they worn on the insides due to downwards pressure on the tow ball that splayed the wheels out. After talking to the Hyundai service guys in Esperence I fitted a weight distribution hitch WDH even though the manual recommends that one shouldn't be fitted.

    I couldn't believe the difference the WDH made. I have driven with the WDH now for three years and haven't had anymore problems. I think the towball weight is only Kg, as the other poster says, this is not the car to buy if you want to do towing. The Jayco swift has a towball download of 66Kg, once you put some stuff in there, you're going to get close to the kg limit.

    Hyundai ix35 towing capacity

    That's where your WDH kicks in. That was going to be the only option for me as well. But I've decided I want to do some off roading as well. Just did a 3 month half loop of Aus and it never skipped a beat. I think the OP is referring to the Petrol not the diesel. Thanks so much for your comments everyone.

    Yes — it's the petrol version of this car that I was thinking of buying. It sounds like it's going to be a bit of a dud when towing unfortunately so I'm reconsidering my options. The camper I own is probably 1. I just wish they could be more honest instead of worrying about their sales targets. I bought mine from truck springs in the US. Archive View Return to standard view.

    I have a iX35 SE and I'm about to trade in for a 4wd for that very purpose. The ball weight on the OM towing kit is really light as well. Not sure on newer models, but mine has kg tow ball weight. Not sure on newer models, but mine has kg tow ball weight That's where your WDH kicks in. Get a year old diesel Highlander or the 2.

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