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2021 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 392 Last week I reviewed a few cars for flat towing and it was wonderful to read such helpful comments from so many of you. If you read the article, you know I’m in the market for a new car, so your comments helped me find a few more options to look at. We had a 1993 Jeep Wrangler that we flat towed for several years. As fun as it was to scoot around town, long-distance highway driving was uncomfortable. Living in Minnesota, it was hard to get warm in the winter too. When I-70 to Colorado shook the wiring loose and required a 187-mile tow from White Sands National Park, we had it repaired and then sold it. Yes, I know there have been many advances since 1993, and since so many people like their Jeeps, I decided to take a second look at some new, popular models for flat towing. POPULAR FOR FLAT TOWING Some of the things that make Jeep vehicles so popular for towing behind an RV is that so many of the automatic and manual transmission models can be flat towed and there are no speed or distance restrictions when towing. Set up is easy, and there are a variety of towing and base mounting plates on the market. Jeep models range from a curb weight of 3,970 to a hefty 6,500 pounds. Always check your RV manual for rated towing capacity, taking into account the loaded GVW of the […]