can i use my 2007 Honda CR-V AWD to tow a small boat


Asked by Jan 15, 2013 at 01:12 PM about the Honda CR-V

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Jonathan Ford

how small a boat are you talking?

Amir Salamat

What's the wight of the boat?? the capacity of the 3rd Gen CR-V is 1500 Lb, but I would tow something not heaver than 1300 Lb , to be in a safe side, you know the vehicle is 2007, and you never know what's going on in the Trani or AWD system.

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