You Might Be Surprised at What You Can Tow in a Hyundai SUV

When it comes to shopping for a crossover or an SUV, the thing that makes most Concord CA drivers make the jump from a sedan is the added possibilities. Yes, crossovers and SUVs are built to expand your life, allowing you to take more with you wherever you go, so that road trip you have from Berkeley out to Walnut Creek can be a next level vacation with the added freedom.

That said, will all the numbers that typically come along with advertisements for vehicles, it's not always clear what they mean for your day to day life. SUVs and crossovers offer a level of towing that drivers from Richmond CA can't get on a sedan so instead of simply throwing numbers at you, we'll throw a couple of ideas your way about what you can take with you on each model. It is worth noting that towing is not recommended on the Hyundai Kona.

  • Hyundai Tucson: With a towing capacity of 1,500 pounds, the Tucson is a versatile SUV. If you're the type that likes to take a little adventure out on the water, the Kona's payload capacity successfully fits in the range of the average weight of a jet ski, which typically clocks in around 850 pounds.
  • Hyundai Santa Fe: The Santa Fe tows up to 2,000 pounds. With this kind of capability, it's actually possible to haul a pair of mustang horses, as they typically weigh between 700 to 800 pounds.
  • Hyundai Santa Fe XL: If you want the highest level of towing capacity, the Santa Fe XL is where it's at. This capable SUV tows up to 5,000 pounds, which is good for four grand pianos, three dairy cows, or even your best friend's Hyundai Kona.

Suffice it to say; there's a lot you can do behind the wheel of a Hyundai SUV or crossover. Check out our inventory of new Hyundai models anytime online and we'll see you at the dealership.

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