This review video from Alex on Autos just dropped. At the 5:30 marks he starts to talk about the payload rating but he stops the video to add in more detailed information that he received from Hyundai.
Glad that is all cleared up, but is there really that much space in the bed of the SC to carry much over 600 lbs? I mean, you could haul gold bars around, but most things don't weigh that much relative to their volume.Really good review by him and finally addressing the payload... but it may be too late as the 600lb limit is already stuck in everyone's mind. I don't even know what the rating is on my Dakota but I loaded with landscaping bricks once to the point that it basically bottomed out the rear suspension. Luckily I wasn't going far. Really looking into how these leveling shocks work and how it helps with a trailer attached.
The hardest I worked my Baja (other than many miles of towing) was hauling 15 rolls of sod (appx. 600lbs) every day for a month. Santa Cruz will never see that, cause I'll never sod another lawn, I'm to **** old for that B.S.Things I’ve hauled in truck beds (some in my Baja):
Off-road motorcycles (dirt bikes) are 200-300 pounds.
Sport bikes 300-500 lbs.
Adventure bikes are generally below 600.
Some Harley hogs and Indians can reach 900 lbs. I wouldn’t try to put one of those in a SC anyway.
ATVs range 300-700 lbs.
Portable generators can weigh 50-350 pounds. A 10,000 watt diesel generator is 950 lbs dry.
Vehicle-mounted professional grade welding machines range from 600 to 2000+ lbs. Hobby level portables are 50-350.
A small block fully dressed Chevy V8 can weigh 650 lbs (LS6 is 460 😎).
Hope that offers some perspective. Trailering is always an option!
The payload is listed on the door jam, the manual has a section that covers the math needed to reach the final number since you have to subtract driver, cargo and trailer tongue. I have no idea why Hyundai can't just spell this out once and for all.Well, this video muddies the water even more. lol He claims Hyundai revised the payload numbers on the SC.
"Hey Honey how much do you weigh?" is never the way to start a road trip....The payload is listed on the door jam, the manual has a section that covers the math needed to reach the final number since you have to subtract driver, cargo and trailer tongue. I have no idea why Hyundai can't just spell this out once and for all.
I'm never going to come anywhere near these numbers because I don't carry a scale around with me, passengers don't like it when you request their weight before they climb aboard
Ya that comment will not get me to go alone unless I am going to a computer store.... Camping, Road trips, exploring she is just going to go and make my life ****...Unless you really want to go alone!