5.7L V8 Hemi Specs, Towing & Payload Guide

Legendary   in   its   wide   range   of   applications   over   thedecades,  few  engines  attain  the  stature  of  the  5.7L  HEMIV8 powerhouse. With Multi-Displacement System (MDS)/FuelSaver  Technology  seamlessly  shutting  off  half  of  thecylinders  during  highway  cruising,  the  HEMI  V8  delivers8-cylinder performance for towing and hauling—and fuel-sipping 4-cylinder efficiency for cross-country road trips. *  

Information subject to change. All weights are in kilograms (pounds). Payload and Max Trailer Weights are ESTIMATED values. All weights are shown in pounds unless otherwise stated. Payload and Max Trailer Weight values are rounded to the nearest 10 lb. Payload = GVWR – Base Weight. Trailer Weight Rating (TWR)and  Tow  Vehicle  Trailering  Weight  are  calculated  as  specified  in  SAE  J2807.  Passenger  Weight  =  300  lb.  Options  Weight  is  option  content  above  33  percent  of  sales  volume.  Trailer  Equipment  Weight  =  Class  IV  hitch  receiver  is  11.1  lb  (if  not  already  included  in  Options  Weight).  Trailer  Hitch  is  10  lb  if  TWR  is  less  or  equal  to  5000  lb  and  65  lb  if  TWR  is  greater  than5000  lb.  Payload  and  TWR  are  mutually  exclusive.  GAWRs,  GVWRs  and  GCWRs  should  never  be  exceeded.  The  recommended  tongue  weight  for  a  conventional  hitch  is  10  percent  of  the  gross  trailer  weight.  The  maximum  tongue  weight  for  Class  IV  hitch  receiver  is  limited  to  1100  lb.  Weight-Distributing  Hitch  is  recommended  for  trailers  over  5000  lb.  Quad  Cab  andCrew Cab models with off-road tires (sales code TXN) and/or steel wheels (sales code WFP) have a 6800-lb GVWR. All models with 22-inch tires (sales code TY4) have a 6200-lb GVWR.‡Big Horn models equipped with the 3.0L V6 EcoDiesel Engine and a 3.92 axle ratio have a 13,750-lb GCWR*
 
*Based on 2016 EnerGuidefuel consumption ratings. Government of Canada 5-cycle test method used. Your actual fuel consumption will vary based on driving habits and other factors.For EnerGuide information, please ask your retailer or visit the Government of Canada website: www.vehicles.nrcan.gc.ca

 

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