DETAILS ON TRAILERING
Every GMC truck, SUV and van are designed specifically for trailering, with power, handling and convenience features you can rely on for long hauls and heavy loads. Whether it’s payload, torque or transmission, finding the best vehicle for you starts with knowing what you’re looking for. Download the GMC Trailering Guide to learn how to enhance your trailering and towing experience.
GROSS COMBINED VEHICLE WEIGHT
Gross Combined Vehicle Weight represents maximum weight of both your loaded vehicle (GMC truck or SUV) and your loaded trailer combined.
Curb Weight is the weight of an empty vehicle, without payload or driver, with standard equipment, fuel, coolant, and oil. It is also known as the vehicle weight.
GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT
Gross Vehicle Weight is the actual weight of the entire GMC truck or SUV and its contents, including fuel, cargo and occupants.
Axle Ratio is the relationship between driveshaft revolutions and the tires revolutions.
GROSS TRAILER WEIGHT
Gross Trailer Weight is the weight of a loaded trailer.
TRAILER TONGUE WEIGHT
The Trailer Tongue Weight is the amount of weight put on the trailer tongue to keep it balanced for a safer driving experience.