Google FMCA. They publish many articles on what can be towed. I tow a 2011 Honda Odyssey merely putting it in neutral. However, since I have the navigation system, I have to disconnect the battery with a shut off switch. Many 2wd cars can be towed, but it depends on the manufacturer.
2001 Newell #579
tow a 2011 Honda Odyssey
1935 Mercedes 500K replica
have Coach will Travel
Steve & Tricia
1982 Newell 38' (built before #1) 6V92 DD, 5 Speed Allison, 12.5 KW Kohler, Couch used to make into a Bed but I fixed it! https://newellshowcase.com/thumbnails.php?album=214
2007 Yukon, 1981 CJ7 Laredo, 2002 Honda CRV, 1955 Thunderbird, 1952 Pontiac Sedan Delivery, 1952 Ford 8N, 1958 Airstream, 1959 Glasspar 16' Avalon, Cabin in the Woods........what will I work on next
From my recent research Chevy and Dodge 4x4 WITH neutral position on transfer case can be towed four down by putting TC in neutral. 2WD trucks with auto tranny can't be towed four down. Don't think Ford 4x4 can be towed four down unless it has the manual TC and can be put in neutral.
Check the owners manual (most can be downloaded from the manufacturers website) for "recreational towing". One model of the Chevy 4x4 truck can't be towed four down and that is the AWD only model.
FMCA and Remco are both great resources for year to year info.
What makes for a nice tow vehicle is one that you can tow with its wheels on the ground, and the most important of all in my opinion is one that doesn’t register miles while being towed. The lighter the vehicle is the better, the less wear and tear on your Newell coach and towing system is best.
Hugo & Gloria Philippe
1998 Newell Coach 45'
I tow a Ford F250 4wd, but i had to order the manual shift lever option as the automatic (on-the-fly) 4wd shift system does not have a neutral detent. I also tow a Honda CRV (company car) that is a breeze to tow