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How Much Does My Car Weigh?

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All vehicles weigh different amounts based on their make, model, year they were made, and contents. My car weighs 8100 pounds when empty of everything except the 44 gallons of diesel a 2002 Ford 4 wheel drive Excursion carries. Vehicles should have a white sticker on the door panel that gives a variety of manufacturing information including the weight. A compact car will range from 3000-4500 pounds, mid-sized average 4500-5500 and small trucks weigh from 5000-7000. Larger pickups will generally weigh in from 7500-12,000 pounds.
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The weigh of the car will depend on the model you have. You ask your car dealer for your approximate car's weight.
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