Volkswagen Phaeton Trailer Hitches

About Volkswagen Phaeton Trailer Hitches

The Volkswagen Phaeton is a classy car that will give you exceptional rides and numerous elegant features. It is a car that many people associate with elegance and style. Indeed, the car comes in different trims that have diverse yet unique specs formulated to giving the buyer the best driving experience. The four door sedan which was introduced in the market in 2002 has a lot of capacity to carry not only the passengers but luggage too, not forgetting that you can affix a trailer hitch at the rear end of the car to tow additional weight. The hitches are used to tow along the trailers that you might want to move as well as carrying equipment for fun activities like camping or boating and fishing.

When choosing the Volkswagen Phaeton trailer hitches to buy, you will need to know that they are of two types namely; the receiver and the knob trailer hitches. Visit CARiD for an opportunity to view a plethora of trailer hitches that fall under the two main categories. The shop has experts who will advice you on the best hitch to pick for your Phaeton based on the uses that you want to put it to. Trailer hitches are divided into classes so that each matches a specific car’s towing strength. Volkswagen Phaeton trailer hitches are available in all 5 classes, starting from Class I and II which are for the lighter loads to Class III and V which are for heavy cargo. The Phaeton can handle almost anything including towing another car without breaking a sweat. Installing a trailer hitch from CARiD simply enhances the car’s worth, and makes it all the more practical.

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There are four major types of trailer hitches, regardless of whether they are installed at the factory or added on afterward. A hitch may simply have a bar sticking out past the bumper with a ball mounted to it. Or there may be a square receiver that takes a ball mount that slides into it. In all cases, there are different weight ratings.
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