Question about 2010 Chevrolet Captiva 2.0D
It is actually a 2011 model.
It's not so must the power of your engine You need to know what the weight of the tow car is & I believe the the caravan should not be more than about 75% of this when upto its fully legal laden weight & also it makes a difference if it as one axle or two axle braked or unbraked find out if towing A single axle caravan what the total nose weight your chevy will take & get yourself a gauge to check this as its an important safety factor in the uk there are outfit match checking site's have a look see if you can find one happy caravaning
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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