The Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD is the most powerful towing vehicle in the American brand’s model lineup, a heavy-duty pickup truck capable of pulling up to 36,000 lbs. It’s ready for the toughest jobs, whether it is hauling construction equipment to a work site or transporting the family RV for a weekend of adventure.
What 2500 truck can tow the most?
The turbocharged V-8, which makes 445 horsepower and 910 lb-ft of torque, is offered for both the 2500 and 3500. With this engine, the Chevys can pull considerably more weight than they can with their 6.6-liter non-turbo V-8. The gas engine in the 2500 model can tow a maximum of 14,500 pounds.
What trucks can pull 15000 pounds?
Based on Ford’s ratings a properly equipped Ford F-350 has a maximum towing capacity of 15,000 lbs. A properly equipped Ford F-450 has a maximum towing capacity of 16,000 lbs. So based on your trailer weight a Ford F-350 will not do the job. Here are some other trucks that you can consider for towing your 5th Wheel.
Which is better Duramax or Cummins?
More horsepower means faster acceleration whether you’re towing or not. The current Duramax 6.6L L5P diesel wins this category with 445 horsepower. The current 6.7L 24V Ram Cummins diesel engines produce 400 horsepower. Historically, horsepower has swayed slightly in favor of the Duramax versus the Cummins line.
What is the best 3/4 ton truck for towing?
Best 3/4-Ton Truck Towing
Currently, Ford has the highest 3/4-ton tow rating of 21,000 pounds with its regular-cab F-250 Super Duty equipped with either the 7.3L gasoline V-8 or 6.7L Power Stroke diesel V-8. Ram tops out at 19,290 pounds with its Cummins I-6 powered regular cab.