Extra Cab Ute Comparison

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Looking to buy an extra cab ute? Wondering which one has capacity best suited to your needs?

Consider what type of load you’ll be carrying, whether you’ll be towing a trailer regularly, and where the load will be distributed across the vehicle.
The table below shows the individual axle ratings at the standard GVM, along with how the axle weights change when a GVM upgrade is installed. You’ll notice that sometimes only the rear axle changes, sometimes just the front, and sometimes both axle ratings remain the same, just the overall weight that the vehicle is certified to carry increases.

So how do I interpret this table?

Take the Ford Ranger E/Cab 2WD as an example.
The manufacturers GVM is 3200kg. Pre-upgrade, the vehicle can take a maximum of 1480kg on the front axle, and up to 1850kg on the rear axle, as long as the overall weight of the vehicle is under the 3200kg GVM.
Once an upgrade has been installed, the tougher suspension means the vehicle is certified to carry a maximum of 3500kg overall, with the rear axle specifically upgraded to carry an extra 200kg. 

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Without GVM Upgrade

With GVM Upgrade

Make and Model
Est. Kerb Weight (kg)

GVM

Front Axle Rating

Rear Axle Rating

GVM+

Front Axle Rating

Rear Axle Rating

Ford Ranger E/Cab 2WD

2098

3200

1480

1850

3500

1480

2050

Ford Ranger E/Cab 4WD

     2197

3200

1480

1850

3500

1480

2050

Toyota Hilux E/Cab 4WD

2045

3050

1450

1700

3450

1450

2000

Mitsubishi Triton E/Cab Chassis 4WD

     1780

2900

1260

1840

3100

1260

1840

Mitsubishi Triton E/Cab Wellside 4WD

1890

2900

1260

1840

3100

1260

1840

Mazda BT-50 E/Cab 4WD

1885

3200

1350

1850

       3400

1350

2050

Isuzu D-Max E/Cab Chassis 4WD

1826

3050

1350

1870

3450

1450

2000

Isuzu D-Max E/Cab Wellside 4WD

     1981

3050

1350

1870

3450

1450

2000