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Weighty Question

Asked by Pete Braden

WE HAVE a 2006 Liberty 2.5 petrol auto station wagon and a 2006 Jayco ``Finch'' camper trailer. Do you see any problems with towing it?

Answered by CarsGuide

11 Dec 2009 Graham Smith

THE 2006 Liberty 2.5 has a towing capacity of 1400kg with a towball weight of 90kg, or 140kg with a load distribution hitch. I would think it's probably OK, but to determine its capacity to tow your camper trailer, you have to know how much the trailer weighs when loaded to the gunnels with all the camping gear you plan to take with you. If you want to know how much it weighs in that condition, load it up and take it to your nearest weighbridge.

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