There is a distinct reason that crossover SUVs have become so popular with American drivers. When these vehicles are properly equipped, there isn’t much they can’t do, and that can include pulling trailers of various varieties. If you are looking for a reliable family vehicle for daily use and a platform that does even more on weekends, check out the lineup of available used three-row crossover SUVs for towing in Lubbock, TX. Just about every automotive manufacturer offers a three-row crossover SUV and these models routinely end up at Carizma Motors, ready to serve another family. Just like anything else in the automotive industry, some three-row crossovers are going to be better for towing than others. A Carizma Motors product expert will be happy to walk you through your available options.
Carizma Motors customers can start the buying process with one of our product experts today by calling their nearest Carizma Motors location.
By and large, the automotive industry has standardized the towing capacity of many three-row crossover SUV platforms. Most models in this popular class will have a max towing capacity of around 3,500 pounds. There are a few that could dip to 2,000 pounds or less, so buyers will want to specifically ask about a specific vehicle’s towing capacity when they are at the dealership.
On the other hand, there are a few three-row crossover SUVs that can pull up to 5,000 pounds. This is actually becoming more common in the segment.
If someone needs an SUV with pickup-truck-like towing scores, they should be on the lookout for models like the Chevy Suburban/Tahoe, GMC Yukon or Ford Expedition. These SUVs are ‘old-school’ body-on-frame modes that actually employ pickup truck frames. Towing scores above 8,000 pounds are not uncommon with these vehicles.
Carizma Motors specializes in helping people find the vehicles they need that will also fit in their budget. Do you have a less-than-perfect credit score? That is no problem for the finance team at Carizma Motors. Give us a call today to get the process started.