It is no joke that many of the strongest, or more powerful hauling machines come from Detroit including Chevy, Cadillac, and Ford. Here is a list of full-size luxury vehicles, not trucks, that are capable of towing almost all the camping and vacation trailers commonly used.
Keep in mind that standard SUVs such as the Honda CR-V or the Subaru Forester average around 1,500 pounds of towing capacity.
1. Ford Expedition
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First off, the Expedition is not a vehicle to undermine. With enough power to pull 9,200 pounds, this 5.4L V8 310-horsepower machine can come equipped with the Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow Package that includes standard trailer sway and roll stability to help keep the vehicle and trailer under control. The Expedition starts at $41,635.
2. Infiniti QX80
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The only non-American car on the list, the QX80 can pull up to 8,500 pounds and comes with snow, stability, and tow mode controls. This SUV, with a whooping 5.6L V8 400-horsepower engine starts at $62,550.
3. Chevrolet Suburban
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Straight from Detroit, Chevy does not deny its reputation as the vehicle for American families. Its largest SUV has a maximum towing of 8,100 pounds, and 5.3L V8 320-horsepower engine giving it plenty of towing strength. The Suburban starts at $46,300.
4. Cadillac Escalade
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Even though the Escalade ranks last on this list, it is also the most expensive because of its luxury. The 6.2L V8 403-horsepower engine goes from 0-60 in 6.8 seconds. This machine can pull up to 8,000 pounds and starts at $67,970.
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