Chrysler Concorde Trailer Hitches

About Chrysler Concorde Trailer Hitches

The sporty nature of the Chrysler Concorde has continued to attract the attention of sports car enthusiasts. This full size car has great handling and a superb ride quality. It’s also spacious, with room enough to accommodate four three tall adults. Despite its large cabin space, the Concorde has a small cargo area. A trailer connected to the vehicle by a trailer hitch would be a welcome addition. This would allow you to move your stuff about without much inconvenience. CARiD stocks quality Chrysler Concorde trailer hitches from the most respected manufacturers in the business. These trailers are designed by professionals to guarantee precision and safety. They are designed to fit to the specific contours of the vehicle. Precise fitment allows easy installation of the hitch. Some hitches however require drilling. These include the Gooseneck and 5th Wheel trailer hitches. In this case, the dealer provides a template to help you place the holes properly.

Chrysler Concorde trailer hitches are made from top grade raw materials to guarantee durability and reliability. These products have a black powdered covering to protect the trailer hitch from rusting. The manufacturers further provide a limited lifetime warranty to guarantee against defects in quality and workmanship. The manufacturer handles any defects arising provided the product usage is as per the manufacturer’s instructions. Weight distribution is paramount in the towing business. The load weight should not be concentrated at one point because this creates risks for the driver and other road users. Insufficient tongue weight has been identified as a primary cause of trailer sway. The trailer also attempts to steer the vehicle from the back. In this case, weight distribution hitches equipped with a spring back mechanism should be used to ensure load equilibrium. Alternatively, use equalization hitches to ensure balance throughout the breadth and length of the trailer and vehicle.

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Chrysler Concorde Models
  • Concorde Base Trailer Hitches
  • Concorde LX Trailer Hitches
  • Concorde LXi Trailer Hitches
  • Concorde Limited Trailer Hitches