Range Rover Evoque: Recommended towing weights

See 197, WEIGHTS, for details of the Gross

See 197, WEIGHTS, for details of the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW), Gross train weight (GTW), axle weights and maximum payload.

Europe only:

When towing, the maximum permissible Gross Vehicle Weight can be increased by a maximum of 100kg (220lb) provided that the road speed is limited to 97km/h (60mph).

Note: When calculating rear axle loading, remember that the trailer nose weight, the load in the vehicle's luggage area, weight on the roof rack, and the weight of rear seat passengers must all be added together.

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