I have a complete brake controller Class III setup on mine.
I pull my #3500lb trailer 3 or 4 times a year. Works fine.
I am very experienced pulling trailers, and never go above 40 doing it with the Niro though. And of course, the owners manual simply says "should not be done".
At least if your " old beat up pickup truck " goes belly up at least you got a place to sleep while help arrives LOL:laugh:For a few outings per year, it is probably more cost effective to just rent a pickup truck for your camping trips. Then you don't have to worry about towing packages and cooling and power and wear and tear.
That's my plan, if I buy a trailer. Either that or I might buy an old beat-up pickup truck just for towing with.
Sure, easier than making it all different for cars with towing packages. This way, one chassis does double work. Well, three different models (HEV PHEV BEV) with a thousand different trims/options worldwide. Plus a towing package if they ever do it. Right now, it is just brave souls, most of who just use the mounting nuts for a hitch mounted bike rack.