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Mountain towing capacity for a Civic CNG.

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  • #16
    I have a Draw-tite receiver on my 2014 Civic Natural Gas. I use it to hold a bike rack and a Thule cargo carrier. With a 2" ball in the receiver, the Civic makes an excellent "tractor" for relocating boats and trailers into tight spaces on premises but I wouldn't hit the highway. They're just not great towing vehicles. I have a large SUV for that. The official Honda rating is 1000 lb gross trailer weight and a 200 lb tongue weight in other countries but Honda does not approve towing of any kind in the US. In Canada, it's in the manual. Same car. Nonetheless I wouldn't tow on the open road. That's just me.
    Last edited by bryanmenard; 10-25-2016, 06:33 PM.


    • #17
      You may want to check out this video of a ride trip I run regularly