What Is the Towing Capacity of Most Chevy Trucks?


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The towing capacity of most 2015 Chevy trucks ranges from 6,000 to 9,000 pounds. The capacity differs depending on the model and configuration of the truck.

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What Is the Towing Capacity of Most Chevy Trucks?
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Chevrolet offers its customers a broad range of models to choose from. Light-weight pickup models can tow up to 6,100 pounds. The 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Double Cab and Crew Cab 2 WD models with Trailering Package have the largest towing capacity at 12,000 pounds.

The towing capacity of Chevy trucks also depends on the configuration of the truck. Regular cabs can tow between 6,100 and 7,600 pounds. Double and crew cabs can tow between 6,900 and 11,200 pounds. The average towing capacity is 8,000 pounds.

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