Gross AxleWeight Rating (GAWR):

The maximum allowable weight at the vehicle axles is:

U.S. models

LX:

2,337 lbs (1,060 kg)

on the front axle

2,006 lbs (910 kg)

on the rear axle

EX and EX-L:

2,414 lbs (1,095 kg)

on the front axle

2,039 lbs (925 kg)

on the rear axle

V6 models with automatic transmission:

2,535 lbs (1,150 kg)

on the front axle

2,050 lbs (930 kg)

on the rear axle

V6 models with manual transmission:

2,425 lbs (1,100 kg)

on the front axle

2,050 lbs (930 kg)

on the rear axle

Canadian models

LX:

1,065 kg

on the front axle

910 kg

on the rear axle

EX and EX-L:

1,095 kg

on the front axle

930 kg

on the rear axle

V6 models with automatic transmission:

1,160 kg

on the front axle

950 kg

on the rear axle

V6 models with manual transmission:

1,110 kg

on the front axle

950 kg

on the rear axle

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