When it comes to hauling, there are few SUV brands as well equipped as Jeep. Known for its off-road prowess and rugged performance capabilities, Jeep ensures each of its vehicles deliver enough strength for drivers’ work and leisure activities. We’re checking out which 2017 Jeep tows the most to give drivers as much power as they need on and off the road.
2017 Jeep towing capacity comparison
|Vehicle||Maximum towing capacity|
|2017 Jeep Renegade||907 kg (2,000 lb)|
|2017 Jeep Patriot||907 kg (2,000 lb)|
|2017 Jeep Compass||907 kg (2,000 lb)|
|2017 Jeep Wrangler||1,588 kg (3,500 lb)|
|2017 Jeep Cherokee||2,041 kg (4,500 lb)|
|2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee||3,265 kg (7,200 lb)|
As shown in the chart above, each Jeep vehicle has something to offering in the towing department. The 2017 Jeep Renegade, Patriot and Compass all deliver a 907-kg (2,000-lb) towing capacity, which is ample strength for towing a small fishing boat or trailer. The Wrangler steps it up with a 1,588-kg (3,500-lb) towing capacity and the Cherokee goes even further by offering a 2,041-kg (4,500-lb) towing capacity. The ultimate towing vehicle in the Jeep lineup is undoubtedly the Grand Cherokee. The award-winning SUV is able to generate the strength needed to tow up to 3,265 kg (7,200 lb), which makes hauling boats, campers and lumber-filled trailers even easier.