Mazda MX3 Trailer Hitches

About Mazda MX3 Trailer Hitches

The Mazda MX3 has a sharp styling design and head turning sporty looks. It provides an impressive ride quality and competent handling. The Mazda’s strong engine and tight suspension combine to create tremendous towing ability. The interior cabin is spacious and the cargo area reasonable. However, to increase the vehicle’s utility level attach a trailer to the car and utilize its awesome towing potential. You will need a quality trailer hitch to hook up your trailer. There are many trailer hitch suppliers out there but few can match the quality at CARiD. CARiD stocks products from the top brands in the country. These include CURT, REESE, HIDDEN HITCH and TOW READY among many others. With these brands behind your car, you can expect quality and reliable service for a long time to come. Your first order of business is to determine your MX3’s towing capacity. This will help you determine the weight class your car will pull and its corresponding hitch.

The products on offer include weight-bearing hitches and weight-distribution hitches for small and medium trailers and Gooseneck and 5th wheel trailers for larger trailers. Load distribution is always a primary consideration in these matters. Weight-carrying hitches dump the entire trailer weight on the rear axle making the back heavy and the front tires light. The effect on the steering function of the car is not good. Worse still, you end up blinding oncoming traffic with your headlamps due to the slightly raised effect, thereby endangering other road users. To avoid all these, use an equalizing hitch to transfer some of the weight onto the front axle. A better alternative is to use a weight-distribution hitch equipped with a spring bar mechanism to transfer a portion of the tongue weight onto the front tires. Mazda MX3 trailer hitches come with a limited warranty guaranteeing against defects in quality and workmanship.

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Mazda MX3 Models
  • MX-3 Base Trailer Hitches
  • MX-3 GS Trailer Hitches
  • MX-3 Precedia Trailer Hitches
  • MX-3 SE Trailer Hitches