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Easy to use towing chart for all makes of cars with some of the caravans they can tow

Towing Capacities

When towing a trailer great care should be taken and more responsibility accepted. Remember Safety first! Accidents involving trailers are much worse with greater consequences than without a trailer. Your vehicle is longer and heavier and all your load is anchored to your vehicle at one small point. Like an airline pilot you must regularly check the condition of your trailer and linkage to make sure that you arrive safely and with everything that you had at the start of your journey.

Click here to find vehicles with a towing capacity between a chosen range

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Chrysler  300

MakeModelYearKerb weight (Kg)85% (Kg)Towing Capacity (Kg)Towing Capacity (Lbs)Caravans Within Capacity
Chrysler300200618151542.75454 1000-
Chrysler300 C200518351559.75907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C200616191376.15907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C 2.7 Touring200618151542.7514253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C 3.5200618141541.914253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C 3.5 Touring200617051449.2514253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C 3.5 Touring 4WD200817041448.4907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C 3.5 Touring AWD200618701589.514253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C 5.7200619101623.514253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C 5.7 Touring200418391563.1517283809Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C 5.7 Touring200518721591.217283809Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C AWD200518791597.15907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C AWD200616191376.15907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C AWD200919091622.65907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C CRD200619101623.520004409Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C CRD200919101623.520004409Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C CRD Touring200619581664.320004409Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C CRD Touring200919581664.320004409Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C Hemi200918721591.2907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C Hemi V8 Automatic200919101623.5907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C SRT8200618331558.0516003527Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C Touring 5.7 Hemi200618701589.517253802Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C Touring 5.7 Hemi 4WD200618731592.0517253802Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C Touring Hemi200918731592.0517253802Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C Touring SRT-8200920351729.7516503637Show Caravans
Chrysler300 C V6 Automatic200918141541.9907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited200517091452.65907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited200619151627.75907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited200716191376.15907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited200818141541.9907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited200918721591.2907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited 4WD200616191376.15907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited 4WD200919151627.75907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited AWD200515501317.5912 2010Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited AWD200719151627.75912 2010Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Limited AWD200819151627.75907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 LX200918731592.05454 1000-
Chrysler300 M 3.5199915991359.1515883500Show Caravans
Chrysler300 M Platinum200416231379.55907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Signature200918721591.2907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 SRT-8200918731592.0514253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Touring200517091452.65907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Touring200616191376.15907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Touring200918731592.05454 1000-
Chrysler300 Touring AWD200518781596.3907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Touring AWD200617041448.4907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Touring AWD200717041448.4907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300 Touring AWD200917041448.4912 2010Show Caravans
Chrysler300C200716191376.15907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 2.7200718151542.7514253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 2.7 Touring200818151542.7514283148Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 3.0 CRD200719101623.520004409Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 3.0 CRD200819101623.520004409Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 3.0 CRD Touring200819581664.320004409Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 3.5200818141541.914253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 3.5 Automatic200818141541.9907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 3.5 Touring200818141541.914253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 3.5 V6 Automatic200718131541.05907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 5.7200814631243.55907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 5.7 AWD200818141541.9907 1999Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 5.7 Touring200818701589.517253802Show Caravans
Chrysler300C 5.7 Touring Hemi 4WD200818731592.0517253802Show Caravans
Chrysler300C CRD Touring200719581664.320004409Show Caravans
Chrysler300C SRT-8200818141541.914253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300C SRT-8200818141541.914253141Show Caravans
Chrysler300C Touring 5.7 Hemi200718701589.517253802Show Caravans

Loading your trailer or caravan is critical to safe driving check your towing weights and capacity for your vehicle. Getting this wrong can cost you dearly.

You can buy towing scales which measure the total weight of your towed load to make sure that it doesn't exceed the capacity of your vehicle but equally important is to make sure that your load is spread evenly.

The following was submitted to CLIC by Ian Willis in answer to an inquiry about the 85% beginners towing rule. It was generally thought within CLIC, that Ian's words helped to clarify the situation as regards to towing in Great Britain. 85% (or even 100%) rules are not "rules" but guidelines which have no substance in law. They are designed to ensure that the outfit will be stable (all other factors being equal). Exceeding this figure, whilst not illegal in itself, COULD lead to prosecution if the driver was stopped because of (say) instability or after an accident as there is a requirement on the driver to ensure the safety of his vehicle in the Construction and Use Regulations. Usually a manufacturer will quote a tow weight which is far greater than the mass of the vehicle. Generally this is based on the total train weight (car + caravan) which can be started on a 12% gradient. Where this weight (or any other e.g. nose weight) is given as lower by the manufacturer the user ignores it at his peril. Insurance could well be void after an accident - worse, the illegal combination could cause the accident if the vehicle is unable to handle it.

The big problem we have in the UK is the traffic density, especially on Motorways, which has caravans in close proximity to both cars and large goods vehicles at speed. The vortices encountered can cause trailers to wander if not loaded correctly and matched to the towing vehicle.