The Hyundai Palisade is a newer mid sized SUV that had decent sales in 2019 and actually has a pretty impressive towing capacity to go along with it. The charts I found from the owner's manuals will outline what the maximum weight of your Palisade can tow.
Be sure to read the owner's manual for your Palisade as there is other towing information that is valuable like break in period mileage, GCWR stats, GVWR stats and GAWR metrics that are essential to calculate into your trailer weights.
At the moment, I could only find the owner's manual for the 2020 model but as soon as I can get ahold of the 2021 manual, I will update this page.
The towing capacity for the 2020 Hyundai Palisades ranged from 1,653 pounds and went all the way up to 5,000 pounds, as you can see in the chart below.
There was not really a capacity range but rather an either/or type of scenario, based on whether or not the trailer you are towing has a brake system.
A trailer that did not have a braking system integrated into the trailer itself would have a maximum allowable weight of 1,653 lbs. but a significantly greater 5,000 lb. capacity would be allowed for trailers that did have a braking system integrated. The maximum seating arrangement of the vehicle seemed to not affect the capacity at all.
The maximum tongue weight rating is found at the bottom of the chart and is listed as the "maximum permissible static vertical load on the coupling device".
Resources I Used:
Here are quick reference links to the Hyundai Palisade owner's manuals I used to gather my information and where I found the towing charts. There is a lot of other useful info related to towing in these manuals that might be of interest to you.
- 2021 Owner's Manual
- 2020 Owner's Manual