Rated 4.3 out of 5 based off 86 ratings

$152.30 View Price

Brand Draw-Tite
Item Weight 18.5 Pounds
Vehicle Service Type Car, Trailer
Finish Type Powder Coated

  • 1-1⁄4 in. Square Receiver Tube Opening
  • Rated Up To 2,000 lbs. Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) And Up To 200 lbs. Tongue Weight (TW)
  • All Hitches Are Designed For Customers With Passenger Cars And Sport Utility Vehicles
  • Removable Drawbar, Pin, And Clip Sold Separately
  • Clean Appearance That Attaches To The Vehicle's Frame And/Or Bumper

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Pickup truck using a draw-tite trailer hitch to pull a utility trailer

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Woman and man unloading bikes from vehicle atop a hill

Vehicle on road using a Reese trailer hitch with a hitch mount cargo basket and cargo bag

Vehicle on road using a Reese trailer hitch with a hitch mount cargo basket and cargo bag

Pickup truck using a Reese trailer hitch to pull a small landscaping utility trailer

Pickup truck using a Reese trailer hitch to pull a small landscaping utility trailer

BIKING

Why take your bike apart and squeeze it into your car when it can hitch a ride out back? Draw-Tite trailer hitches let you easily mount your bike rack at the back of your vehicle, giving you more room inside your car or truck for friends, family, and all of the other stuff you’ll need. Simply connect your bike rack and take one or more bicycles with you on the road. With Draw-Tite, transporting your two-wheeled adventure partner has never been so easy!

EXTRA CARGO

Get your gear to your next adventure without giving up leg room inside. With Draw-Tite trailer hitches, you can mount nearly any cargo accessory to the back of your vehicle with ease. Steel cargo carriers, rainproof bags, or swing away systems, just to name a few! There are so many options to choose from to carry sports gear, camping essentials, coolers, extra luggage, or anything else you don’t want taking up precious space inside your vehicle.

LIGHT UTILITY TOWING

Want to get your next DIY project done? Planning to tackle that landscaping project and lay down some mulch? Are you needing to transport that new furniture home or help the young adult in your life move into or out of the dorms? With Draw-Tite, you can spend less time worrying about your connection and more time getting things done. Just hook up, load up, and go! Get the extra space you need with the dependability only Draw-Tite can provide.

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Computer screen showing design of Reese trailer hitch

Computer screen showing design of Reese trailer hitch

Person welding a Reese trailer hitch with sparks flying

Person welding a Reese trailer hitch with sparks flying

Assembly line machine painting a Reese trailer hitch

Assembly line machine painting a Reese trailer hitch

Machine testing a Reese trailer hitch for safety

Machine testing a Reese trailer hitch for safety

DESIGNING / ENGINEERING

Draw-Tite’s innovative fabrications are the perfect complement to the rear stylings of today’s vehicles with computer-aided designs that ensure a perfect fit for each specific make and model year.

MANUFACTURING

Solid, all-welded construction assures maximum strength and safety for all of Draw-Tite’s custom-fit trailer hitches, a legacy that is unmatched in the towing and trailering industry today.

PAINTING

Black E-coat base paint with black powder coat finish provides a sleek, stylish look with long-term corrosion and rust resistance, making Draw-Tite’s trailer hitches both attractive and staunch.

TESTING

Draw-Tite trailer hitches are rigorously tested to ensure that they exceed V5 CSA and SAE J684 standards for strength and durability.

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Who Is Draw-Tite

Draw-Tite is North America’s Favorite Hitch … and has been for decades. Since 1946 when the company was created to make clothes lines, to its transformation into trailer hitches and other products, Draw-Tite has always been at the forefront of innovation and design.

Today, the company prides itself on providing top quality custom hitch designs for nearly every vehicle on the market, with solid, all-welded construction for maximum strength and towing performance. Draw-Tite is dedicated to delivering products that exceed industry standards, giving you years of dependable service on the road.

Chevy, Ford F-150 Pickup Truck Towing a 5th Wheel Trailer with a REESE M5 Fifth Wheel Hitch

Chevy, Ford F-150 Pickup Truck Towing a 5th Wheel Trailer with a REESE M5 Fifth Wheel Hitch

Who Is Draw-Tite

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Draw-Tite Custom Fit Trailer Hitch with The Draw-Tite Logo

Custom-Fit Hitches

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Draw-Tite Towing Products and Tow Accessories for Trailer Hitches Lined Up on White Background

Draw-Tite Also Provides

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Dependable Quality

Custom-fit trailer hitches are available for many of the smaller vehicle on the market today. For more than 75 years, Draw-Tite® hitches have been the choice when excellence is the expectation. Made of solid, all-welded construction for maximum strength and safety, Draw-Tite has an application-specific, custom-fit hitch that will fit your light-duty towing needs. With easy bolt-on installation and top towing performance, you can tow with confidence wherever your adventures take you. Brought to you by Draw-Tite, North America’s Favorite Hitch.

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Daniel Strand
5.0 out of 5 stars

Fits like A glove.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on June 30, 2022

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Stupid easy installation, bolts in secure and tucked away nicely. I'm using a "euro drawbar/2" ball combo" it is curved up 4.5" which accommodates the trailer I pull perfectly keep in mind the USA yaris IS NOT RATED FOE TOWING!
At no fault of the manufacturer I blew a rear shock. Keep this in mind, you'll need to stiffen the rear shocks to pull at load capacity for this hitch. There are some easy solutions look up spring stiffners the ones that bolt in work way better than the rubber stops.
Great almost factory fit and functionality aside from the lack of mention on USA market yaris. Do keep this in mind.
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Singin in Philly
4.0 out of 5 stars

Picture misleading Might want to consider Curt
Reviewed in the United States ?? on July 1, 2012

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There are two hitch manufacturers that I know of, Drawtite/HiddenHitch and Curt.

I bought this Drawtite model because it was less expensive and appeared to come with the drawbar (the little curved thing in the picture) Although this hitch is actually $20 more here than at etrailers.com, the free shipping made it a wash. The biggest advantage though was that I was in a hurry and Amazon usually gets to me in 2 days even with free shipping.

Well...it DID arrive earlier than they said, but the drawbar was not included. I called and they said they would send a new one but I need to install today and found a drawbar with the ball already attached locally for $20.

Ok. Installation. If you have EVER even LOOKED at a rachet before, you can install this hitch yourself. It is literally 4 bolts off, 4 bolts back on. Etrailers.com estimates installation time as 30 minutes. Even if it takes you 3 times that, it is still better than getting hosed by what those trailer rental places (we all know the one) would charge. (I spent $130 for the hitch and wiring - they wanted well over $300)

I mentioned that there are two big manufacturers. I ordered Drawtite. I should have ordered the Curt. Etrailers.com offers full instructions (both written and video) which I watched only AFTER I placed my order. Both seem very well made and solidly constructed, but after watching the video, it appears that the installation of the Curt is much easier (neither is hard but the drawtite is kind of a pain)

So, assuming you bought the drawtite, here are some tips. Installation instructions tell you to remove the clips under the rear bumper cover. I would suggest you just remove the whole bumper cover. After removing just two more bolts and one more clip in each wheel well. Then just gently pull it off from one side. Be careful but being able to reach the bolts from both the top AND bottom saves a ton of time and helps you avoid cross threading the welded on nuts. (by comparison, the Curt bolts in a different yet much easily accessed location).

For my install, I used a screwdriver and three different ratchets with three different size drives. The bolts I removed were 12mm. The ones that came with the hitch were 13mm and the two bolts holding on the bumper over are 10mm.

That's what I used. What u SHOULD have used is a body trim tool and one of those rachety closed end wrenches in both 12mm and 13mm. I also found it easier to lightly install the lower bolts first to hold it in place, the fully install the two upper bolts, then back put and RE-install the lower bolts. This helps not cross thread.

But as long as you are careful with the body panels and the whole cross-threading thing, you should be "hitched" in an hour or so. And pocket the $200+ you saved over the trailer guys
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Handy guy
5.0 out of 5 stars

Four bolt installation, top 2 bolts have tight work area, but hitch fits like a factory unit.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on July 25, 2016

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This hitch fits my 2007 Yaris hatch- back like it was made by Toyota! All that is visible is the square black receiver, which is a tiny 16th of an inch below my bumper and actually is higher than the muffler tail pipe, so no scraping. That said, it was a difficult install. I didn't need to go get my Automotive Project Handbook of Handy Curses, because I already know a few curses... The product itself is well designed and blameless for the difficulty, but top bolt removal / re- installation was very difficult, as there is little room to work. I actually ended up using a large button magnet on the back of a ratcheting box end wrench to get the old bolts out and the new bolts in. A socket and 3/8 drive ratchet would loosen the old bolt, but then the thickness of the socket on ratchet combo plus the length of the backed-out old bolt would not allow removal, as the ratchet was hard up against the back of the steel bumper! Use a slim ratcheting box-end wrench, with a magnet over the back to keep the bolt from sliding through the ratchet. This works well, as the magnet holds the old and then the new bolt from falling out of the ratchet. You won't be able to place the two top bolts with your hand - too tight of a work space! Of course the four old bolts to be removed were a bit corroded, being 9 years on the back end of a car. The Hitch Kit included new bolts and washers, which went in like a breeze. Do slide those two new top bolts carefully up on their screw ends, or your ratchet/magnet combo will stick to the back of the steel bumper, necessitating more cursing... So, a middling difficult job with tight work space for 2 upper bolts and mild corrosion in an older car, but only 4 bolts total and so well worth the effort. Took me an hour to do.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Four bolt installation, top 2 bolts have tight work area, but hitch fits like a factory unit.
By Handy guy on July 25, 2016
This hitch fits my 2007 Yaris hatch- back like it was made by Toyota! All that is visible is the square black receiver, which is a tiny 16th of an inch below my bumper and actually is higher than the muffler tail pipe, so no scraping. That said, it was a difficult install. I didn't need to go get my Automotive Project Handbook of Handy Curses, because I already know a few curses... The product itself is well designed and blameless for the difficulty, but top bolt removal / re- installation was very difficult, as there is little room to work. I actually ended up using a large button magnet on the back of a ratcheting box end wrench to get the old bolts out and the new bolts in. A socket and 3/8 drive ratchet would loosen the old bolt, but then the thickness of the socket on ratchet combo plus the length of the backed-out old bolt would not allow removal, as the ratchet was hard up against the back of the steel bumper! Use a slim ratcheting box-end wrench, with a magnet over the back to keep the bolt from sliding through the ratchet. This works well, as the magnet holds the old and then the new bolt from falling out of the ratchet. You won't be able to place the two top bolts with your hand - too tight of a work space! Of course the four old bolts to be removed were a bit corroded, being 9 years on the back end of a car. The Hitch Kit included new bolts and washers, which went in like a breeze. Do slide those two new top bolts carefully up on their screw ends, or your ratchet/magnet combo will stick to the back of the steel bumper, necessitating more cursing... So, a middling difficult job with tight work space for 2 upper bolts and mild corrosion in an older car, but only 4 bolts total and so well worth the effort. Took me an hour to do.
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Johnny B Good
3.0 out of 5 stars

It fits.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on October 11, 2021

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So first off this comes to you with a tag tied to it. It was all beat up and had chunks of the powder coat missing so it will rust quickly since it's not coated metal anymore. Also I removed my rear bumper cover so I had access to the rear bumper bolts that had to be removed to install the hitch.
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Palgume
5.0 out of 5 stars

Fits very well and very sturdy
Reviewed in the United States ?? on July 9, 2015

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This item fits very well providing you have the basic tools and just a little bit of know how!
1. if you have a hatchback with bumper support AND additional brace - know this the brace has to come out or the hitch doesn't go IN (it will not fit back in once the hitch in installed - but the hitch is much more rigid you so you won't need that brace)

2. in order to remove the "spring" brace mentioned you will actually remove all 6 hex bolts (3 on each side) and then reinstall them. (gear wrench or flex ratchet is very useful here)

installation is 30 - 60 minutes - and the product looks very good once done.
Look at the photos for after install Aesthetics (yes you can barely see the square - I like it that way)
- and the brace that will come out
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fits very well and very sturdy
By Palgume on July 9, 2015
This item fits very well providing you have the basic tools and just a little bit of know how!
1. if you have a hatchback with bumper support AND additional brace - know this the brace has to come out or the hitch doesn't go IN (it will not fit back in once the hitch in installed - but the hitch is much more rigid you so you won't need that brace)

2. in order to remove the "spring" brace mentioned you will actually remove all 6 hex bolts (3 on each side) and then reinstall them. (gear wrench or flex ratchet is very useful here)

installation is 30 - 60 minutes - and the product looks very good once done.
Look at the photos for after install Aesthetics (yes you can barely see the square - I like it that way)
- and the brace that will come out
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